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Son Is Caught Dressing Up As His 60-Year-Old Mom So He Could Pass Her Driving Test

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Son Is Caught Dressing Up As His 60-Year-Old Mom So He Could Pass Her Driving Test

Would you have done the same for your mother?

A caring and supportive son has been caught dressing up as his 60-year-old mom to take and pass her driving test in Brazil. Marie Schiave, from Porto Velho, had failed her driving test three times before her son, Heitor decided to step in and assist.

Heitor, 43, allegedly impersonated his mother by dressing all up in women’s outfit to sit the 4th attempt. Having a full-face makeup with painted red nails, Heitor was wearing a floral blouse, a long flowing skirt and his hair were blow-dried into a feminine hairstyle.

Heitor, 43, allegedly impersonated his mother by dressing all up in women’s outfit to sit the 4th attempt. He had a full-face makeup with painted red nails, a floral blouse, a long flowing skirt and his hair were blow-dried

Doing all his possible best to maintain being feminine and natural, Heitor, whose makeup was done extremely good was suspected by Ms. Mendonca who wasn’t convinced and demanded proof.

‘I asked him to show me his identity in order to verify who he was and it was so clear he wasn’t the person who had booked to sit the test. I immediately called the police as his actions had to be reported as a crime.’ Ms. Mendonca explained.

Marie Schiave, from Porto Velho, had failed her driving test three times before her son, Heitor decided to step in and assist

She continued with a warning: ‘We fully operate a rigorous and highly examining standard. A lot of people who think they can pass by the rules to drive should have a re-think.’

On the other, Heitor efforts have also garnered some applaud on social media pages with some internet users dubbing it a ‘Noble gesture.’ Some commented Heitor did it out of love for his mother and revealed they would have done the same.

Heitor efforts have garnered some applaud on social media pages with some internet users dubbing it a ‘Noble gesture

A few condemned his action and cited the risk of three times failed unlicensed driver would cause on the road. However, Heitor has been released on bail, but an open investigation is still ongoing.

Source: Dailymail

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