Published: 09:43, 11 March 2022
| Updated: 15:11, 11 March 2022
A driver in a 35-mile helicopter police chase only had a Legoland licence.
Met and Kent officers pursued the suspect from Bexley to the Isle of Sheppey, with a helicopter called in.
And when they caught the 21-year-old – after he ran out of fuel – he only had a toy licence issued when he was a toddler in 2003.
He was arrested on suspicion of multiple driving and drug-related offences.
His grey Audi A1 had failed to stop for the Met on the A2 in Bexley.
Over the next half an hour he sped through Kent eventually coming to a stop in Minster in the early hours of February 28.
Alongside the phoney photo card – awarded for passing a fake driving test in a brick-built car at the popular Windsor theme park – a large amount of cannabis was found.
Kent Police's roads policing unit tweeted: "No, the #LegoLand license was not the reason for the drivers dangerous driving, the large amount of cannabis was."
A police spokesman said: "During the early hours of Monday, February 28, officers requested a vehicle to stop on the A2 in Bexley.
"It was pursued to the Isle of Sheppey and after running out of fuel stopped in Bell Farm Lane, Minster.
"A 21-year-old man from Sheerness was arrested at the scene on suspicion of dangerous driving, failing to stop, possession of a class B drug, driving with no insurance and driving with no licence.
"He has been released on bail until September 1 2022."