A former Tory Parliamentary candidate drove without a licence for 25 years… because he was too ashamed to tell his dad he had failed his L-test.
Andrew Ferryman, 44, was only caught when he tried to cover up his crime after tripping a speed camera.
The ex-Conservative councillor, who stood for MP in the 2005 General Election, told police his car was being driven by an ex-partner who had moved to Australia.
He sent officers an email from a friend which seemed to back up his story – but they saw through his lies.
Ferryman was given a four-month suspended jail sentence after admitting perverting the course of justice and driving without insurance.
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