'Didn't see this one coming': Inside man's insanely messy car that earned him massive fine

A Queensland driver has been fined because it was “impossible” to see out of his side and rear windows.

The man was pulled over in Upper Mount Gravatt in Brisbane’s south on Saturday about midday.

“This driver's car was piled so high with clutter it was impossible to see out the side and rear windows,” police said in a post on Facebook.

“He was issued with a $311 fine and politely reminded when bin day is.”

Police said this Upper Mount Gravatt driver had to be pulled over and fined because clutter in his car meant he couldn't see out of his windows. Source: Queensland Police

The driver was also issued a $427 fine for driving an unregistered five or six cylinder or three rotor motor vehicle.

Police added, “he didn’t see this one coming”.

The driver was fined $311 over the clutter. Source: Queensland Police

Police confirmed the man wasn’t homeless and forced to live out of his car.

People on Facebook were shocked by the clutter, with one woman saying she felt better about the state of her own car.

Bottles and rubbish are seen piling up in the back passenger window behind the driver's seat. Source: Queensland Police

Another woman added she’ll never complain about her car being messy again.

“This gives me anxiety,” another woman wrote.

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