A moment when police find nine people packed in a small Skoda – two of them in the trunk –

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A moment when police find nine people packed in a small Skoda – two of them in the trunk – fr


Police were taken “totally by surprise” when they stopped a vehicle and found nine people crammed inside.
North Yorkshire police officers were patrolling as part of a crackdown on uninsured cars when they stopped a Skoda.

The police were “shocked” to find that in addition to the driver and another person in the passenger seat, there were five other people trapped in the back seat of the Skoda Octavia.

Upon closer inspection, officers found two more people crammed into the trunk of the uninsured car.

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Police were shocked to find nine people in a Skoda they stopped by cracking down on uninsured cars

Releasing video of the astonishing find, a police spokesperson for the North Yorkshire Police Force said: ‘Officers stopped a Skoda Octavia in Norton near Malton after records showed it had failed. no insurance.

“They were shocked when nine people came out.

“One passenger was in the front seat, five were in the back seat and two got out of the trunk.

“One passenger was in the front seat, five were in the back seat and two got out of the trunk.

“To make matters worse, two of the car’s doors wouldn’t open and one of the front tires was so bald that the interior bead was visible. “

The alarming images were captured on a police car’s dash cam.



Besides the driver and passenger, there were five people in the rear seats and two more in the trunk.

A spokesperson for North Yorkshire Police said: ‘We always expect the unexpected when we stop a vehicle … But this one took us totally by surprise.

“If he had been involved in a collision, you shouldn’t think about the consequences. It would have caused absolute carnage.

The vehicle was seized, along with 17 other uninsured and untaxed vehicles stopped during targeted deployments across North Yorkshire for UN Global Road Safety Week last week.



The force said it was used to many unexpected discoveries, but it came “totally by surprise”

The driver was also reported for unsafe and unsafe driving.

The spokesperson added, “We are continuing our targeted road safety deployments throughout the summer and beyond, to keep everyone safe and get illegal drivers and vehicles off the road.”

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