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Police have shamed a car driver this week after they posted an image of their horrifically messy car, which was filled to the brim with Fosters, McDonald's and Greggs.
Bemused officers uploaded the snap of the car after they pulled it over last week, which has been slammed as "the UK's messiest car", Birmingham Live reported.
Kent Police took to Twitter to poke fun at the car that was stopped and seized for no insurance, no MOT and no vehicle excise license.
"The odd sweet wrapper or dropped crisp from the our colleagues on handover all of a sudden doesn’t appear so bad," they wrote.
This sparked a flood of entertained Twitter users to chime in with some comments of their own, with one amused user writing: “God if that’s what the car is like, I’d hate to think what it’s like at home!”
Another said: “Clearly thought the Greggs sausage rolls were more important then ved (Vehicle Excise Duty) or insurance. Cluck click ever snack.”
A third added: “Greggs, Macdonald’s, cheap crisps and Fosters?!? He’ll have a coronary long before he can drive legally, so definitely expect to catch him again.”
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One user joked that the litter filled motor looked like "the front of an ambulance at end of a 12 hr night shift".
Others cut the driver some slack and approved the they had kept their rubbish inside the car.
“At least the driver kept the rubbish in the car and didn’t ditch it onto the verge like most people in Kent seem to do,” one person wrote.
Another wrote: “At least it’s inside the vehicle and not been chucked out the window!"
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