Saturday, 21. December 2013 - 10:12
06. 12. 12. - 14:00
Sofa, so good.
But it was only a matter of time before this overloaded motor was going to be pulled over by police in Dillenburg, Germany.
Driver Bernhard Mayer was stopped as his struggling VW Polo was trying to negotiate 70mph traffic on the motorway complete with a three piece suite strapped to the sides and roof.
"It was clearly dangerous and could have fallen off at any time," said a police spokesman.
Mayer was fined 250 GBP for an unsafe load and ordered to unpack the furniture for a removal van to shift.
"I can see how it looked but it was perfectly safe if I didn't go too fast," he complained.
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