One driver didn't end up fooling the police with their fake Ontario licence plate. \nGuelph Police Service revealed via Twitter on Monday that a driver had attempted to use a piece of laminated paper as opposed to an actual plate. \nEditor's Choice: 4 Ontarians Got Fined For Riding In A Car Together & Breaking Lockdown Rules\n\nWe’re not sure if there is some hidden meaning, but how did a motorist expect to fool anyone with these fake license plates? Seized from a motor vehicle in the parking lot of a store on Woodlawn Road West last week. Laminated paper bolted to the vehicle. #PrideServiceTrust -st pic.twitter.com/5tiXg6Z3dD— Guelph Police Service (@gpsmedia) January 18, 2021\n\nPolice reportedly discovered the vehicle parked in front of a store on Woodlawn Road West.\nThe driver allegedly bolted the poorly made plate onto the back of their car.\nThe photo appears to show that even the "Ontario" on the top of the paper was hand-drawn. \n"How did a motorist expect to fool anybody with these fake licence plates?" wrote the police. \nThis isn't the first time someone has taken an artistic turn with their licence plate.\nEarlier this month, an Ontario driver tried to outsmart the police by creating a fake plate out of a diaper box.