The police are shocked to find an ute with more than THIRTY passengers crammed into the drawer in Outback Australia
- Body camera shots showed a police officer coming out of the car at Palumpa, NT
- More than 30 people sat and stood in the drawer of the ute
- The driver fined $ 3300 for having 33 people outside the vehicle
This is the astonishing moment when the road patrol police persuaded an emergency vehicle to find more than 33 passengers crammed into the tray.
Body cam images showed a police officer coming from a car near Palumpa, 360 km southwest of Darwin, to the sight of dozens of people standing behind the car.
The officer spoke with the 33 people – including children – and executed a number of people.
In the camera videos & # 39; s of the body, a police officer appeared to come out of the car at Palumpa, 360 km southwest of Darwin, to the place where people were standing in the tray of the car
The 35-year-old driver told the police that they were driving to Palumpa from a neighboring community.
Constable Tyrone Smithers told 9 News: & # 39; At that time we had run over another car and saw this car coming to us, but only when it came a little closer did we see the large amount of people in the back.
& # 39; I have seen examples with maybe five people in the back of an ute, but nothing so bad. & # 39;
The driver was fined $ 3300.
Senior Sergeant Angela Stringer said that if something went wrong, those at the back of the ute could have been seriously injured or killed.
She added that patrols have increased in rural areas because they see such cases more often.
The driver fined $ 3300 for having 33 people outside the vehicle
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