THURGOONA man Glenn Michael Jennings was caught driving just four days after being put off the road by a court.
His blatant disregard for the court order has resulted in Albury magistrate Tony Murray ordering a report on him to consider sentencing options.
Mr Murray said Jennings was banned from driving in NSW and Victoria and asked why he drove his vehicle.
The response from Jennings was: “Stupidity.”
Jennings, 28, of St Andrew’s Circuit, Thurgoona, returns to Albury Local Court for sentencing on October 29 on a charge of disqualified driving.
He was seen driving by police patrolling the Thurgoona area about 12.45am on August 10.
They stopped his Commodore and a woman police officer asked for his licence before submitting him to a random breath test.
The breath test was negative and Jennings handed over a Victorian provisional licence.
The officer was discussing whether his vehicle was roadworthy when Jennings said: “Look love, I won’t lie to you. I’m suspended.”
Checks were made through police radio for his driving status.
It showed Jennings was disqualified for 12 months at Wodonga Magistrates Court on August 6.