A Latvian man has been convicted of a driving offence in the UK – despite having never set foot in the country. Edmunds Brikainis, 23, who has lived in Reykavik, Iceland, since 2016, believes the blunder was linked to his identity card and driving licence being stolen when he was in Latvia. He was found guilty in absence of failing to provide driving details at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court in 2018, incurring a £660 fine and six points on his licence. Lincolnshire Live reports that his address was listed as Knight Place, Lincoln, with the court, even though he says he has never been to the UK. Mr Brikainis also discovered to his horror that he was listed as the director of two construction companies whose registered offices were listed as the Knight Place address. He told Lincolnshire Live that he only discovered this and the criminal conviction after a friend in Latvia Googled his name last year Mr Brikainis said: “My friend informed me that by typing my name and surname in google.lv it is possible to find my name as the owner of two companies registered on April 10, 2017 in the UK in several commercial pages. “Moreover, I… Read full this story
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