This really sums up the Ol' Bill

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Prawo Jazdy had left a string of some 50 driving offences logged on police computers in Ireland; each time he was stopped he cunningly gave a different false address.

Eventually the Garda decided to take a closer look at the reckless driving of Mr Jazdy since there appeared not to have been a single conviction.

DNA databases helped not a jot, nor ID cards, but a Polish-English Dictionary solved the msytery.

T'was then they discovered that Prawo Jazdy means driving licence in Polish - and not the name of the individual(s) they had stopped.
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