Elderly Man Gets Ticket For Driving Car That Was Nearly Completely Covered in Snow
A police officer was flabbergasted when he spotted the car driving along the road in Ontario.
It may just look like a mound of snow, but there's a car under there somewhere.
An Ontario Provincial Police officer was flabbergasted when he spotted the car driving along the road in Brussels, Ontario on Tuesday.
The unidentified man was given a $110 ticket for having an obstructed view.
"He was going for a short drive in town. I understand his excuse was he was too old, too weak to brush off the snow," police spokesman James Stanley told the Associated Press.
The officer cleared off the snow and the man continued on his journey.
Police shared an image of the car to Twitter, writing: "Can't make this stuff up."
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