Male Egyptian Bus Driver Told He Is Pregnant The driver was ordered to submit a urine sample. A TV channel says he turned in his wife's urine instead. The upside: his wife's urine sample was clean. The downside: he didn't know she was pregnant.

Male Egyptian Bus Driver Told He Is Pregnant

Male Egyptian Bus Driver Told He Is Pregnant

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The driver was ordered to submit a urine sample. A TV channel says he turned in his wife's urine instead. The upside: his wife's urine sample was clean. The downside: he didn't know she was pregnant.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with advice on how not to beat a drug test. An Egyptian bus driver was ordered to submit a urine sample. An Egyptian TV channel says he turned in his wife's urine instead. The upside was his wife's urine sample was clean. The downside became apparent when officials told the man he was pregnant - or rather, his wife was. The man didn't know. We have no indication if the driver will now move to Oregon or Washington, D.C., which just voted to legalize pot. It's MORNING EDITION.

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