A POLICE officer has delivered a kebab to a resident in Woodley after arresting a driver and seizing their car.

Thames Valley Police Roads Policing tweeted yesterday (October 21) to explain officers stopped a car in Woodley after it had been pursued days prior by police.

READ ALSO: Police warning to Reading residents in New Town following burglaries.

The force said the driver reportedly gave false details as they had "no insurance" and "no licence".

Police said the cord was also exposed on their car tires and the driver was "drug driving".

The driver had supposedly been "doing a kebab delivery".

READ ALSO: Tilehurst double stabbing: Second teenager arrested for 'attempted murder'.

Police said the kebab was delivered by an officer as the house was only three houses away.

The driver was arrested and their car was seized.