A bungling car thief was arrested by police in the driver’s seat still on the owner’s driveway in Harborne.
He was held on suspicion of attempting to steal the motor at the victim’s home and taken into custody, West Midlands Police said.
Checks also established that the suspect had recently been released from jail and was on licence.
While officers joked they were “more than happy to send him back there”.
Taking to Twitter, the police’s force response page posted: ” #CTeam Bournville have arrested a male for attempting to steal a vehicle after we found him sat in the driver seat still on the owner’s driveway in #Harborne.
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The Parole Board said an offender can have their licence revoked and be recalled to custody at any time during their licence period.
“Where the National Probation Service (NPS) considers an offender has breached the conditions of their licence, the offender’s behaviour indicates that they present an increased or unmanageable risk of serious harm (RoSH) to the public, or there is an imminent risk of further offences being committed, the NPS will request that the offender be recalled,” it said.