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A Canadian man was busted driving with a cheap lawn chair in place of a car seat, according to cops.
“Just when you think you have seen it all. Yes that’s the drivers ‘seat,’” the Halton Regional Police Service Burlington District outside of Toronto quipped in a Monday tweet.
Photos show a newer-model Ford Edge SUV with the driver’s seat missing — and in its place is a black, stitched lawn chair better suited to the outdoors.
The local cops deemed the vehicle “unfit” and said traffic officers stopped the driver Monday morning after seeing him cruise by on Appleby Line, the tweet reads.
“Licence plates removed, car towed, and driver summonsed to court for Unsafe Vehicle and Seatbelt Inoperative,” the police department said.
City News reported the driver, who was not identified, was “cooperative.”
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