Monday, December 11, 2023

A driver was driving with a fake skeleton to use the priority lane

Police in Arizona, USA, have arrested a 65-year-old man Disguise a fake skeleton so that he can pass as a passenger in his car and circulate in the well-known lane for “High Occupancy Vehicles”. In addition, the driver was fined for being carried along polarized glasses.

The case was publicized by the police through his account three years ago (and now it’s gone viral again). Twitter, in which he shared a photo of the skeleton perfectly tied to the passenger seat. The “copilot” had ice on his legs and he even wore a hat.

The “co-pilot” had ice cream on his legs and even wore a hat.

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“Do you think you can use the special lane? skeleton? You are dead wrong!” he wrote Twitter the Arizona Department of Public Safety.

It’s not the only one

The 65-year-old joins others 7,000 special offenders that every year they try to take advantage of this transit advantage without complying with the legal conditions, according to the spokesman for the Ministry of Public Security, Raúl García.

The special lane is reserved exclusively for vehicles with more than one passenger. They are created to increase the average occupancy of cars with the aim Reduce traffic and air pollution.

The case was made public by the police via their Twitter account.

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Last April, a man was pulled over after driving in the special lane with a doll wearing a jacket, baseball cap and sunglasses.

Washington State imposed penalties for improper use of the special lane $186 if it’s the first time and $336 if the offense recurs in less than two years.

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