Driver to face court after using a bucket as a car seat and pliers to steer
A motorist has been “reported for too many offences” after he was once stuck the usage of a bucket as a automotive seat and pliers to persuade.
Norfolk and Suffolk’s Street and Policing Firearms Operation Unit tweeted out an image of the badly broken automotive, which was once additionally lacking a bumper, headlights and had a flat tyre.
It isn’t transparent if the auto was once pulled over or if it have been considering a collision.
Norfolk police mentioned the motive force has been reported to court docket.
The pressure posted a picture of the auto within the early hours of Friday morning, and wrote: “Sure this was once pushed on a street and sure he was once sitting on a bucket and guidance with a couple of mole grips.
“Motive force can be reported for too many offences to say.”
Mole grips are pliers which can be in a position to fasten into place.
PC Jon Parker from Norfolk Police retweeted the put up with the remark: “I believe that is probably the most unroadworthy automotive I have ever observed.
“Ridiculous that it was once pushed on a public street on this situation.”
Sgt Dave Thubron from Devon and Cornwall Police wrote: “Wowzers! I will be able to’t in point of fact display any other automotive with one fairly bald tyre now!!
“That is in point of fact insane.”
Sky Information contacted Norfolk police for additional main points.