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A man pulled over by police during a routine traffic stop in Dorset, England, was forced to admit the car was not insured, and apparently the promise of romance was no match for such legal requirements, according to an article posted Sunday on the Dorset Echo website.
He told authorities he drove without insurance because he had met a potential mate on the online dating site Tinder, according to the article, reporting on traffic stops made in the English countryside over the past weekend.
A Connecticut man has been charged with two counts of insurance fraud for swapping horsepower for a horse and buggy after he allegedly damaged a parked car last May in Granby, Connecticut.