French delivery man accumulates 240 demerit points in New South Wales in just four months

A food delivery driver from New South Wales has managed to rack up hundreds of demerit points in a matter of months.

The 23-year-old Frenchman recorded 240 demerit points for dangerous driving in the first four months of the year.

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In New South Wales, drivers with an unrestricted license can accumulate 13 points before being banned from getting behind the wheel.

Authorities found out after the delivery driver was stopped on April 13 for an illegal U-turn, and twice more in the following week.

However, each time he handed over an expired French driving licence, meaning police had no idea he was a serial repeat offender until they checked with NSW Transport.

His record is marked by hundreds of blemishes, including unpaid fines and driving a motorized scooter without a license.

He has now been ordered off the road and his behavior has been described as “frightening”.

Police are also investigating how he could have gone unnoticed for so long.

He will face Burwood Local Court at the end of May.