In a stroke of terrible timing for a law-breaking a motorist in Blackfalds, Alberta, local RCMP traffic officers stumbled upon a vehicle with an altered licence plate. As they were refuelling their cruisers at the end of a shift, this peculiar-looking licence plate attached to a car parked in the 7-Eleven they were at, caught their eye. With a closer look, the attempt at changing the characters on the plate was found.
What you see in the image of the first-generation Mazda 3 sedan is CRD 8052, thanks to some surprisingly careful art work using red and white tape. From, say, 100+ feet away, it might be a bit more difficult to notice the amateur Picasso’s work. But get a bit closer and you’ll notice that the the plate was issued as CFD 8852.
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Fake plates are nothing new, but it must be said that this one is a fair bit tidier than some of the others we’ve covered previously.
Unsurprisingly, the vehicle was neither insured nor registered. In the end, if you play stupid games, you’ll win stupid prizes.