A driver in the US has been caught trying to disguise a fake skeleton as a passenger so he could use a high-occupancy vehicle lane. The Arizona Department of Public Safety said the 62-year-old was pulled over when an official noticed the skeleton, which was wearing a hat and tied to the passenger seat with yellow rope. The driver was given a penalty ticket.
People can go to any extent when it comes to violation of traffic rules. Case in point, a 62-year-old man, tried to disguise a fake skeleton as a passenger so that he could use the HOV (high-occupancy vehicle) lane which is kept reserved for vehicles with more than one passenger.
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