Police find unbelievable car seat inside modified car


NSW Police have made a bizarre find after pulling over a car on the Central Coast.

Traffic and Highway Patrol Command shared pictures of the Holden on Facebook after stopping it on the Central Coast Highway, Gosford on Friday at about 6.48am.

Police found the car had no fitted windscreen, and number of other bizarre adjustments. 

Police have pulled over a bizarre, modified car on the NSW Central Coast. Source: Facebook/ NSW Traffic and Highway Patrol Command
The car had no windshield or interior. Source: Facebook/ NSW Traffic and Highway Patrol Command

“The vehicle was stopped and inspected and observed to have no windscreen fitted, no interior and no driver’s seat fitted,” police said.

It added the car had “a number of other modifications which rendered the vehicle to be unroadworthy”.

But what’s possibly the strangest feature is what the man driving the car was sitting on.

“The male driver had driven the vehicle whilst seated on a metal workshop stool,” police added.

Police said the driver was issued a number of traffic infringement notices.

One Facebook user suggested the car is a “work in progress”.

Police issued the man a number of traffic infringement notices. Source: Facebook/ NSW Traffic and Highway Patrol Command
The driver was seated on a metal stool. Source: Facebook/ NSW Traffic and Highway Patrol Command