During the proceedings, then, Armstrong also managed to lose his driver’s license. And when he discovered exactly what had happened, he was likely kicking himself over it. After all, in the U.K., replacement driver’s licenses cost money, so he was about to be out of pocket. What’s more, he’d have to go to the trouble of reapplying for the documentation, too.
With presumably no idea where he’d left the license, Armstrong may have thought that it was gone forever – never a good feeling, no matter how simple the card is to replace. Mere days after the Brit’s drunken disaster, though, a letter showed up in the mail addressed to the man himself.
That missive had been sent from international travel agent Flight Centre. And inside the envelope was an itinerary for a swanky vacation, seemingly booked using the identification that Armstrong had lost. The trip planned wasn’t just to another part of Europe, either.