Engineering student, 27, who became £300 driving theory ‘exam cheat for hire’ is jailed for 24 weeks

A student who set himself up as a £300-a-time ‘exam cheat for hire’ so he could illegally sit driving theory tests on behalf of struggling learner drivers has been jailed for 24 weeks. 

Father-to-be Olivier Yolo, 27, agreed to fraudulently take the tests for cash at a series of DVSA centres across the North of England when the real applicants feared they would fail.

The engineering undergraduate, who also worked as a delivery driver, masqueraded as a string of provisionally licenced motorists in six separate theory tests after being put in touch with them through his local barber. 

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