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Sparks fly as three-wheeled station wagon cruises by

WHO says cars need four wheels?

A motorist in Brisbane, named Darren, has captured a video of a station wagon trying to drive through part of the city's north side suburb of Banyp while missing its front passenger-side wheel.

With sparks flying as the car's underside, the station wagon wanders slowly through the suburb of Banyo, including past the local police station, meticulously indicating at every turn.

The video of the crippled car was posted to the Dash Cam Owners Australia Facebook page and drew some entertaining comments from the page's followers.

"And Ultratune said it would be ok for rego," quipped Brian Thompson.

North side of BrisbaneYes the police were called..... Courtesy Darrenhttp://dashcamownersaus.com.au/

Posted by Dash Cam Owners Australia on Saturday, January 9, 2016

"NSW number plates. THAT explains everything," noted John Groom.

" "I don't want to get too close incase it blows up" but I'll continue to drive close anyway," commented Amy Voss. 

"Kudos to the station wagon. Still using his blinkers to turn!"

"This behaviour is quite normal for the particular area, I mean the f----r drove straight past the cop shop 😎thug life," commented Toddy Ahearn.

A few people noted the "dashcam" actually appeared to be a smart phone.

"The police were called and arrested a woman for filming in portrait," Clayton Mitchell said.

Topics:  dashcam


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