A driver has been taken to court after admitting to police they are disqualified from driving.

Thames Valley Police's road policing unit stopped a car in Great Hollands Shopping Centre this morning (January 13).

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A social media post from police pointed out how the driver admitted they were disqualified from driving.

Police explained how they asked if the driver had insurance or not.

They responded back by saying it is on a trade policy although the person had stopped trading 'years ago'. 

They were then asked if they have a driving licence to which the driver responded: "I'm disqualified". 

As a result, police seized the car and the driver has been reported to court.