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In Germany, a Slovak with identification documents stating his birth on February 30th was detained

The TASR newswire quoted the German DPA newswire as informing on January 24th that during a road check in the city of Fulda in the Hesse region, the German police detained a Slovak who provided an ID card, a passport and a drivers’ license with the birth date of February 30th.

The TASR newswire quoted the German DPA newswire as informing on January 24th that during a road check in the city of Fulda in the Hesse region, the German police detained a Slovak who provided an ID card, a passport and a drivers’ license with the birth date of February 30th.

Anyone who gives identification documents stating the date of birth on February 30 – a day which never occurs in the calendar – can be a suspect; but the suspicion increases if a person offers several documents with that date. Hesse police detained the young Slovak, who is being held as a suspect in a case of forging an official document.

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