A NEW super driving test centre bringing more than three times as many learner cars to the streets of Herne Bay opens on Monday.
The multi-purpose centre in Broomfield is ready for action after the old venue in Sea Street closed its doors last Thursday.
A driving test cheat put himself on the road to jail when he posed as a pal who had failed FIFTEEN times.
After being arrested he told police that his friend had failed the theory 15 times but was desperate to land a job delivering leaflets for a fast food restaurant and earn more money.
Defending barrister Laura Phillips said: “He just didn’t think this through.
At this point, another driving instructor managed to pull Olujosun off Mr Gregory and push him out of the building - before locking the door.
Olujosun continued to shout abuse through the door.
Magistrates also ordered he pay Mr Gregory £1,500 in compensation.
After sentencing, a DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency) spokesman said: "We don't tolerate verbal or physical assaults on any of our staff or customers.
Other examiners tried to come to Mr Gregory's aid as learner drivers who were waiting to take their tests watched in horror.
Eventually Mr Gregory was able to get up, but as he did so Olujosun pushed him over with such force he fell onto some tables and hurt his shoulder.
He admitted the threatening behaviour charge at an earlier hearing, but denied the common assault.
He was due to stand trial over the matter in January, but pleaded guilty on the day his trial was due to start.
Martin Olujosun, 22, took his driving test at the Gillingham Driving Test Centre - but took his rage out on staff when he failed.