A MOTORIST was stopped by disbelieving police officers who saw her driving with her head between the legs of a baby’s high chair.
The officers saw the car with the brightly-coloured baby seat filling the front windscreen. They then saw a woman’s head between the chair’s legs driving the car in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, in eastern England on Sunday (local time).
Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Road Policing Unit said the vehicle was stopped due to the driver’s limited view of the road.
She was then reported for a dangerous load and ordered to remove the high chair before getting back in the car.
“The driver actually had her head between the legs of the high chair,” BCH Road policing told the BBC.
RELATED: Easter Monday gridlock in Queensland
RELATED: Easter Monday track gridlock in NSW
SOURCE: newsnow worldnews