Police caught a driver in King’s Lynn who was steering using a pair of mole grips while sitting on a squashed bucket.
After stopping the car last night, Norfolk and Suffolk Roads Policing unit tweeted that the driver would be reported “for too many offences to mention”.
Officers added the hashtag #unbelievable to the tweet showing the photographs of the state of the car.
Yes this was driven on a road and yes he was sitting on a bucket and steering with a pair of mole grips. Driver will be reported for too many offences to mention! #KingsLynn #WestARV @RPFOUSgt #Unbelievable #1383/652 pic.twitter.com/2Sg8uYhtSt
— NS Roads Policing & Firearms Unit (@NSRoadsPolicing) July 13, 2018
I think too much scrap heap challenge has been watched by that driver book him Dano
— Tim (@Tim17294457) July 13, 2018
??? You see loads and then something comes along that throws the ball right out of the park ?? Good stop?? pic.twitter.com/fpplCCmRyf
— Matthew Mallett (@1936matt) July 13, 2018
if this wasn’t so dangerous it would be funny. Defies belief (& the ultimate in stupidity)
— AleciaLouise (@AleciaLouise1) July 13, 2018
I hope he has to take a mandatory IQ test when he gets to court. May explain a lot
— Chris (@Challatt99) July 13, 2018