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‘If it fits, it will be sent’: the internet sees the funny side after the absurd packing attempt of the driver goes online

  • Internet users have mocked a driver’s attempt to transport some plumbing
  • It followed another hilarious attempt to load wooden boards into a small SUV
  • Drivers can get a fine of $ 439 and three penalty points an unsecured charge in NSW

An awkward attempt to deliver some pipes in a small car has drawn hilarious comments online.

The photo shared by Dash Cam Owners Australia on Saturday showed a Toyota Corolla clearly unable to transport some large plumbing home.

A pipe was seen slid through the trunk of the car and out through the passenger window.

A terrible attempt to transport some plumbing for a long time in a Toyota Corolla has been mocked by people online

A terrible attempt to transport some plumbing for a long time in a Toyota Corolla has been mocked by people online

The driver made little effort to warn motorists of their large load by adding a small orange flag to the front of the tube, but the rear would be hard to see.

It didn’t take long for people to enjoy the driver’s absurd loading techniques, while others referred to the famous stabbing scene from the iconic Australian film The Castle.

“This is damn dangerous, only has a flag on the front,” a user joked.

“If it fits, it will be sent, #Bunnings jousting team,” a man said.

It is not clear where the photo was taken.

It didn't take long for people to enjoy the driver's absurd loading techniques, while others referred to the famous jousting of The Castle

It didn't take long for people to enjoy the driver's absurd loading techniques, while others referred to the famous jousting of The Castle

It didn’t take long for people to enjoy the driver’s absurd loading techniques, while others referred to the famous jousting of The Castle

A similar image of another driver who used a questionable loading technique was shared by NSW Police earlier on Saturday.

The driver of a Honda HRV was seen with wooden boards that had been threaded through the trunk and out of the passenger window.

In NSW, motorists are fined $ 439 and three points for driving with an unsecured load.

A similar image of another driver who used a questionable loading technique was shared by NSW Police earlier on Saturday

A similar image of another driver who used a questionable loading technique was shared by NSW Police earlier on Saturday

A similar image of another driver who used a questionable loading technique was shared by NSW Police earlier on Saturday

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