A disqualified driver was rumbled into a second hand Manchester ambulance in a supermarket store.
The banned motorist was caught on his way to the supermarket for an important store in Coronavirus Lockdown – while driving a previously used ambulance.
Greater Manchester Police have shamed the cheeky motorist on social media amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
The troop went to Twitter via their traffic account and wrote, “This ambulance reportedly had a family on arrival #Asda Harpurhey with blinking blue lights. The residents immediately went inside to do their shopping. Our colleagues in the department tracked them down and the driver was found disqualified and wanted by the court. ”
GMP said in a statement: “A man was charged after an ambulance with a family was found in Harpurhey.
“Blessing Mukaukirwa (28/06/1988), who is not a permanent resident, was charged with one-time disqualification, driving without a license, driving without insurance, using a vehicle with unauthorized flashing lights and not showing up in court.
“He has been taken into custody and is due to appear before the Manchester Magistrates’ Court today (Thursday 28 January 2021).
“The police were called for a report from a family in an ambulance near Asda in Harpurhey on the evening of January 27th.”