A driver in Queensland was caught using a PlayStation steering wheel controller to drive along a busy street.
The moment a shocked police officer realizes the yellow automobile he has pulled over for inspection in the Brisbane suburb of Indooroopilly doesn’t have proper steering equipment is captured on police camera.
The officer queries, “Is that steering wheel genuinely a steering wheel from a gaming computer?”
The first issue that stood out during the officer’s explanation to the motorist about why he had been stopped for a vehicle inspection was how far the tires protruded from the wheels.
The cop yells, “The car track, my God!”
How much does it protrude?
The officer issues a significant defect notice to have it taken off the road right after after discovering further flaws.
The warning, according to the officer, is being given because of “safety concerns, the fact that you are utilizing a gaming steering wheel, the fact that your seatbelts do not retract, and the chopped bonnet structure.”
Additionally, he found fitting air horns, which are forbidden.
The traffic stop was a part of a significant hoons crackdown that has recently been carried out in south east Queensland.
Nearly 60 vehicles have been seized, and 2048 penalties have been issued.
One criminal, according to Assistant Police Commissioner Ben Marcus, made it unnecessary to impounded his car.
According to AC Marcus, “We watched one man executing a burnout to the point where his vehicle exploded and caught flames.”
They had to immediately remove him from the car.
He wrecked the automobile on our behalf, so we didn’t take it.
219 unlicensed drivers, 72 drunk drivers, and 92 drug-impaired drivers were among the offenses.