Toronto driver caught using Sharpie to edit plate expiration dates
A Toronto driver who tried to “edit” the expiration date on their license plate with a permanent marker is learning that, just because the President of the United States can do it, doesn’t mean you can. You remember ‘Sharpiegate’, right? Toronto Police Traffic Services Detective Constable Scott Matthews posted a photo of this doctored plate to Twitter, saying another officer spotted the hand-written expiration on a car’s rear plate. It was neat enough, but not print quality. After pulling the vehicle over and doing a walk-around, the officer also noticed the front plates didn’t match.