That's one way to avoid losing your license … The suspended driver towed his new boat with a mobility scooter
- Shane Swanscott was seen by police when they approached a set of lights
- You will be charged for the crime, but the police are still not sure of the exact charges.
- He and his girlfriend are currently using the mobility scooter as a means of transportation.
Brittany Chain For Daily Mail Australia
A suspended driver has found a unique way to move after he lost his license.
In shared images on social networks, Shane Swanscott is seen driving a mobility scooter along a New South Wales road towing a boat before being stopped by a police patrol.
He said 9News the officers slowed as they passed him, muttering insults when they realized he was sitting on a scooter, before turning the corner and pulling him.
An inventive motorist with a suspended license decided to tow his new boat with a mobility scooter
Shane Swanscott (pictured) laughed at the memory of the moment the police noticed him
& # 39; Lost my license and practically finished working on my boat at the same time. I was going to push my boat down the street with my hand, but I thought, why not use it? [the mobility scooter], & # 39; he said.
Mr. Swanscott chuckled as he remembered the moment the police passed him.
He still does not know what punishment the police will impose on him, but he suspects that they will let him know at the end of the week.
He and his girlfriend Keira have been using the scooter to move locally since their license was revoked.
People rushed to social media to defend their actions, and one user said he was impressed that Mr. Swanscott "pushed the limits".
In shared images on social networks, Shane Swanscott was seen by police when they approached a set of lights in New South Wales and was also arrested in