How Did The Cops Know This Was A Fake License??

A tractor-trailer’s homemade license plate wasn’t good enough to fool a motorcycle officer in Southern California — or anyone else.

Moorpark Police Senior Deputy David Anaya was helping a motorist on the side of the road last month when he saw the big truck roll by at about 15-20 miles per hour.

“There was a host of mechanical violations on the truck but what really stuck out was the manufactured license plate,” Anaya told CNN.

Great detective work here. To the untrained eye, this may look like your standard California license plate. But if you really look closely, you can tell this is a FAKE! Credit to the men in blue on this one…

Alright, jokes over. This is the worst fake I’ve seen since McLovin tried to buy booze at the liquor store.


I give this guy an A for effort, but a D- for execution. Not only was he riding around with a 5th grade art project of a license plate, but he was also allegedly drunk, high, had possession of meth, and didn’t even have a driver’s license!

After a DUI investigation, the driver was arrested on charges of driving under the influence of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine and being an unlicensed driver. He also had an active warrant for hit and run driving, according to police.

Talk about a bad boy. This story reminds me of the movie Benchwarmers where the 35 year old Dominican gets drunk out in the woods and then comes in with a paper certificate saying he’s 12.


So blatantly fake that you’re really just dragging your balls on the ground. I mean, the fact that he didn’t even write California on top is hilarious. He wrote “Califas”, which is Spanish slang for California. He was going to get pulled over by the first cop that saw him, and he made sure he was drunk and high when he did it. This man had zero care in the world. I respect it.