Evidence of another fine graduate
of our driving school
In Brooklyn, New York, a professional driving school had a fool-proof study method for getting non-English speaking students to pass the test to get a truck-driving license.
It did not involve studying extra hard. Instead, the owners, Philip and Pui Ng (whose last name is pronounced "ing"), provided an extra-special service.
The Ngs sat outside the motor vehicle office in their minivan during a test. Their student would wear a concealed spy camera and take videos of the test, which was transmitted to the Ngs, who would then send the correct answers back via a beeper.
Prosecutors said 500 students of N&Y Professional Driving may have gotten a license via this cheat.
They were caught when a federal agent went undercover and learned about their scheme.
The owners pleaded guilty.
One of their students was the driver of a bus, pictured above, which crashed and killed four people.
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