Disqualified motorist is arrested after going to Asda in AMBULANCE

Disqualified motorist is arrested after he was caught taking his family on ‘shopping tripto Asda in second-hand AMBULANCE with its emergency lights flashing

  • Blessing Mukaukirwa, 32, was charged after the incident in Harpurhey last night
  • raffic cops say group parked up and ‘promptly went inside to do their shopping
  • Mukaukirwa remanded in custody and will appear at court in Manchester today
  • Police believe the ambulance was purchased second hand, which is legal in UK
  • A disqualified motorist has been arrested after he was allegedly caught taking his family on a ‘shopping trip’ ...에 아스다 in a second-hand ambulancewith the emergency lights flashing.

    The emergency vehicle was carrying a family when it rolled up to the supermarket in Harpurhey, 그레이터 맨체스터, 지난 밤, 경찰에 따르면.

    Traffic cops say the group parked up and ‘promptly went inside to do their shoppingbefore the driver was apprehended and found to be disqualified.

    Blessing Mukaukirwa, 32, has been charged with single counts of driving while disqualified, driving without a licence, driving without insurance, using a vehicle with unauthorised blue lights and failing to appear in court.

    The emergency vehicle (위 사진) was carrying a family when it rolled up to the supermarket in Harpurhey, 그레이터 맨체스터, 지난 밤, 경찰에 따르면

    The emergency vehicle (위 사진) was carrying a family when it rolled up to the supermarket in Harpurhey, 그레이터 맨체스터, 지난 밤, 경찰에 따르면

    Mukaukirwa was remanded in custody and is due to appear at Manchester Magistrates’ 오늘 법정.

    Officers have seized the ambulance.

    Greater Manchester Police said in a statement today: ‘A man has been charged after an ambulance carrying a family was found in Harpurhey.

    ‘Blessing Mukaukirwa, 고정 거주지 없음, has been charged with single counts of driving whilst disqualified, driving without a license, driving without insurance, using a vehicle with unauthorised blue lights, and failing to appear in court.

    ‘He has been remanded in custody and is to appear at Manchester Magistrates’ 오늘 법정.

    ‘Police were called on the evening of Wednesday 27 January to a report of a family in an ambulance near Asda in Harpurhey.

    The Asda store in Harpurhey, 그레이터 맨체스터. Traffic cops say the group parked up and 'promptly went inside to do their shopping' before the driver was apprehended

    The Asda store in Harpurhey, 그레이터 맨체스터. Traffic cops say the group parked up and ‘promptly went inside to do their shoppingbefore the driver was apprehended

    트윗에서, GMP Traffic earlier said: ‘This Ambulance was reportedly carrying a family when it arrived at #Asda Harpurhey with blue lights flashing.

    ‘Occupants promptly went inside to do their shopping. Our divisional colleagues tracked them down & the driver was found to be disqualified & also wanted by the court.

    ‘The driver has been arrested and is now en-route to custody.

    The force said it believes the ambulance was purchased second hand, which is legal in the UK.