When you're pulled over and the cop discovers you don't have a valid driver's license, he's generally not going to let you drive away. So you call a friend. Or a co-worker.
That's what one Montgomery County man did, and that co-worker showed up to take over driving duties.
That 26-year-old man showed up for this duty even though a) he knew there was a cop waiting and supervising the scene; and b) he not only did not have a valid driver's license himself but, as the police blotter on the incident puts it, he "had at least four previous convictions for the same offense."
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The fact he showed up perhaps showed supreme loyalty to a friend, taking a chance on not getting caught despite it being pretty damn clear he had notorious bad luck when it comes to cops and driving without a license (four times?).
Or maybe it just shows supreme dumbness.
The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office doesn't have further information readily available -- although we feel bound to add the arrest happened "in the area of Coon Hollow and Massey roads" -- so we don't have the name of the guy who made such a noble sacrifice.
Or to put it another way, the guy who thought "This is going to be the time my luck changes when it comes to tickets for driving without a license!!! There's no way I'm going to be asked to produce one!!"