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    his German Identity Card is regarded as a passport and in Germany he would be required to carry neither - although he would have to produce it later if a police officer demanded it.

    Fortunately the current German personalausweis is multi-lingual so the police should have recognised it as a proper ID - unlike Polish driver's licences which caused some problems in Ireland a few years ago with the Garda on alert to arrest a real problem driver called Prawo Jazdy:

     "Prawo Jazdy is actually the Polish for driving licence and not the first and surname on the licence," read a letter from June 2007 from an officer working within the Garda's traffic division.

    "Having noticed this, I decided to check and see how many times officers have made this mistake.

    "It is quite embarrassing to see that the system has created Prawo Jazdy as a person with over 50 identities."

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/...

    We will work, we will play, we will laugh, we will live. We will not waste one moment, nor sacrifice one bit of our freedom, because of fear.

    by Lib Dem FoP on Tue Oct 29, 2013 at 06:50:14 PM PDT

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