For Sale: 4dr Sedan, Radio, and Rope Pull . . .

rope-door-876Some might think that a driver with driving violations might be able to “work something out” in a town called “Bribie,” but this is not that type of place, this was not that type of officer, and most certainly this was not just any violation. The officer saw a door flapping on a car and discovered that it was just held shut with a rope.

Bribis Island police in Australia had to post this one as one of the car pulled over in a crackdown on unsafe vehicles. That would certainly fit the bill.

Bribie Island Police ­station officer-in-charge Senior Sergeant Dave Crawford-Raby said that the rope was tied to the other side of the car and the 46-year-old driver from Bellara was fined $117. I assume he could keep the rope but had to leave the car.

http://www.news.com.au/technology/innovation/bribie-island-police-left-stunned-after-finding-car-with-door-held-shut-with-piece-of-rope/story-fnjwucvh-1227510785394

5 thoughts on “For Sale: 4dr Sedan, Radio, and Rope Pull . . .”

  1. “Some might think that a driver with driving violations might be able to “work something out” in a town called “Bribe,”

    __________

    Let’s see. “A town called Bribe” juxtaposed with a SCOTUS that would have us believe that “state”

    means “federal” and “federal” means “state,” and that homosexual marriage is to be found hiding deep in the

    bowels of the Constitution.

    It is indubitably a “Brave New World.”

  2. It’s legal to drive a Jeep sans doors. (In some states one must get clever to replace side view mirrors that are lost with door removal.) My suggestion to this guy is to remove the door along with the rope, but not go as far to think he can go four wheeling.

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