Fake driver's license with Duterte’s photo confiscated in California

Fake driver's license with Duterte’s photo confiscated in California

- President Rodrigo Duterte’s photo was recently used in a fabricated driver's license

- The said fake license had a Glendale, California address and it was confiscated by cops in Los Angeles

- LA Police Department-Rampart Division then shared a photo of the fake license on its Twitter page

- As seen in the tweet, some information in the license was censored but it has a signature that reads "Norman D”

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A fake driver's license bearing President Rodrigo Duterte’s photo was recently confiscated by cops in Los Angeles, California.

Fake driver's license with Duterte’s photo confiscated in California
Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte (Photo by Wu Hong-Poo)
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As seen in a tweet by Los Angeles Police Department-Rampart Division on Thursday, March 11, the fabricated ID had a Glendale address and a signature that reads "Norman D.”

“Vice Officers recognized the picture used on a fake ID, to be that of the President of the Philippines. Good thing our Officers patrol Historic Filipino Town and are up to speed. Nice try,” the Twitter post reads.

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See the fake driver's license below:

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Rodrigo Roa Duterte, the 16th President of the Republic of the Philippines, and also known as Digong or Rody, was born on March 28, 1945.

Duterte was succeeded by her daughter, Sara Duterte, as the mayor of Davao City. He was 71-years old when he started his term as the President of the country.

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Duterte previously had a rant on Vice President Leni Robredo following the latter’s call for further reviews on Chinese government-donated vaccines made by Sinovac Biotech. Duterte slammed Robredo’s call and dared her to do vaccine shopping outside the country.

Earlier, Duterte declared that the government officials will be the last to be given vaccines. He said that the frontline workers will be prioritized. The president also defended the decision of the government to use Chinese-made vaccines. According to him, these vaccines are as effective as those produced by other companies.

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