A Blind Man Gets Nicked for Being 'Defective' Behind the Wheel

So we can't say that we endorse Omed Aziz' actions. The Iraqi native was busted by British coppers for driving in what the chairman of the bench at Warley Magistrates Court termed "a dangerous, defective state." Why? Well, apparently, Mr. Aziz has no eyes, having lost them in a bomb blast in his homeland. What's more, he's hard of hearing and was being guided around by an unlicensed driver. Officer Stuart Edge, who pulled Aziz over, tells a snippet of the tale, "I asked him if he could see me. He removed the dark-coloured sunglasses he was wearing and I could clearly see he was blind as he had no eyes." Man, that had to have been be a bit creepy.

Blind man was 'dangerous' driver [Internal]

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