State Trooper Pulls Over Pickup With Camping Chair For Driver’s Seat

WI State Patrol / Twitter

One State Trooper received a surprise when he pulled over a pickup truck while on patrol.

According to the Wisconsin State Patrol, one of its Troopers was patrolling the North Central Region of the state when he stopped a pickup with unusual seating. When the Trooper approached the vehicle, he realized that the truck’s seating had been removed. Instead, the driver had replaced the seating with a camping chair.

“Recently, a trooper in the North Central Region stopped this pickup truck for an equipment violation. On his approach, the trooper noticed the vehicle was not equipped with seats and the driver was seated in a camping chair.”

The Patrol also included the hashtag “YouDontSeeThatEveryday.” Check out the full post below.

Along with sharing the photo, the Wisconsin State Patrol included a link to remind citizens of the state’s seat belt laws. While the chair was currently an amusing way for the driver to troubleshoot his seating issue, the truck owner’s idea was still illegal.

Check out another hilarious traffic violation stop from RENO 911! in the video below. 

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