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Is this the worst fake ID ever?
A driver tried to pass himself off as Homer Simpson when he was pulled over by Thames Valley Police in Milton Keynes.
The police were a little surprised to be shown a 'driving licence' belonging to the world's most animated doughnut eater.
As the police tweeted: "The driver's car was seized and he was reported for driving with no insurance and driving without a proper licence."
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Sir Ken Dodd died at the weekend at the age of 90, but will be remembered by many across the east.
He performed at theatres across the region with his tickling sticks and Diddy Men. He continued to perform through to his later years.
In 1999 he invited the then coxswain of the Cromer Lifeboat, the late Richard Davies, to his show in Hunstanton.
The week before Richard had been watching Ken on TV when he was interrupted and jumped into the water to save the life of a man in trouble near the town's pier.
Here's our report from 1999 from Richard Swallow
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