Driving A FENCE! Mobility scooter user pootles along road with three wooden panels crammed into back of buggy
- The video has taken internet by storm and has been viewed over 50,000 times
- The clip sees man drive across two main roads with three 6ft by 6ft fence panels
- It was taken by Tyrone Mullan, 30, after spotting unusual sight in Bristol, Avon
A mobility scooter user has been captured pootling along a road with three wooden panels crammed into the back of the buggy.
The hilarious clip was taken by Tyrone Mullan, 30, on his phone after spotting the unusual sight in Bristol, Avon, last Sunday.
Mr Mullan recorded the feat while in the passenger seat of a car as he and a friend drove to the supermarket.
A mobility scooter user was captured pootling along a road with three wooden panels attached
The video has taken the internet by storm and has been viewed more than 50,000 times and received over 4,000 shares.
The clip sees the man drive across two main roads with the three 6ft by 6ft fence panels strapped to the chair of the mobility scooter – and at one point he uses his indicator to turn left.
‘We were just setting off from home to head to the shops when I saw it,’ Mr Mullan said.
‘I didn’t even recognise what it was at first because all I could see were the moving fence panels in the road and I was trying to work out what was going on.
‘Then I saw the guy on the mobility scooter and I was crying with laughter.
‘I thought he must live on one of these roads but he was driving along two main roads going the same way as me for about five minutes before he turned off.
‘That’s what set me off the most, seeing his indicator go off as though he was actually driving a car.
‘I couldn’t believe my eyes, I thought “I’ve seen it all now”.’
The Gov.uk website states: ‘You do not need a licence to drive a mobility scooter or powered wheelchair, but you may have to register it. Only certain types can be driven on the road.’
The clip sees the man drive across two main roads with the three 6ft by 6ft fence panels strapped to the chair of the mobility scooter – and at one point he uses his indicator to turn left
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