Wednesday, January 21, 2004

MIS-PLATED: It might be more than the neck brace that keeps Daniel Bedingfield in New Zealand for a while. The local press are raising curious eyebrows that Bedingfield was driving on a learner's licence when his car accident happened. Although providing he was travelling with someone who's held a full NZ licence for two years and had L plates on the car, there's no problem. Of course, Bedingfield couldn't use his British licence in New Zealand because, erm, he doesn't actually hold one, having failed his UK driving test twice.


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