Man jailed for theory test fraud

Izmir Senaj pleaded guilty to four counts of fraud.

A man who bandaged his head as a disguise to take driving theory tests for other people has been jailed.

Izmir Senaj, 28, was sentenced to two years and four months after he tried to use the bandaged head ruse in several DVSA centres across England, including Eastbourne and Hastings.

A staff member at a theory test centre in Swindon recognised Senaj from an internal DVSA poster and called the police which led to his arrest.

Senaj, of East Ham, London, pleaded guilty to four counts of fraud at Swindon Crown Court.

Judge Jason Taylor QC said: “Your actions show a callous disregard for the system which is designed to ensure that only those qualified to drive safely get behind the wheel of a car.

“This could have had significant consequences both for road users and pedestrians and therefore my public duty requires me to reflect that.”

In 2014 Senaj was sentenced to 11 months prison at Snaresbrook Crown Court for seven offences of driving test fraud. He also received a three-year sentence for a further seven offences in 2017. 

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1 thought on “Man jailed for theory test fraud”

  1. Crickey – he had now been caught and prosecuted successfully 3 times over several years…he’s not learning and perhaps he should be jailed for 5+ years rather than 2? Well done for the test centre clerk who spotted him and called the police.

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