Why Did This Dirty Car In Canada Get Pulled Over And Charged
If you thought your car was dirty, wait till you see this one.
Ontario Provincial Police officers in Grey County were shocked to see this when they conducted a daytime R.I.D.E. check.
What Is R.I.D.E.?
Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere or RIDE is a sobriety testing program used by police in Ontario, Canada.
What Did Police Find?
The driver was caught on Feb. 10, during a R.I.D.E. check on Grey Road 17 in the township of Georgian Bluffs, police said.
Police officers daytime R.I.D.E. check led to the discovery of a small mountain of empty beer cans in the passenger seat around 5:30 PM on Sunday in Grey Bruce Region.
Open liquor “readily available” was found in the vehicle, police said.
OPP West Region shared a photo of the dirty car on Twitter. The social media post said,
“Sometimes we get asked, ‘why do you conduct RIDE programs during the day?’ — This is why...”
The 61-year-old driver was charged with:
- Impaired driving
- Eight driving-related suspensions
- Property obtained by crime
- Several [Highway Traffic Act] charges.
No one was injured, and police did not reveal the gender of the accused driver.
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