The New Zealand man wasn't detected because he didn't write exams or hand in assignments
A man in New Zealand really wanted to be a doctor. He didn't get in to Auckland University's medical program, but that didn't stop him. Instead of trying to apply later or apply to a different school, he started attending classes, labs and interacting with patients using a forged ID badge.
According to The New Zealand Herald, the man attended the school undetected since 2010 and was only just caught because a classmate wrote his name on a group assignment.
A source who wished to remain anonymous told the paper the man didn't write exams or submit assignment so his name couldn't be cross-referenced with class lists, which he wasn't on. He did talk to patients, but didn't treat them. The source didn't know how he was able to get behind doors that are swipe card controlled.
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