17 Cases Of Vehicular Lunatics Attempting To Move Stuff They Really Shouldn't

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We couldn't make this up even if we tried.

Right, so where do we begin here? Somehow, and we’re not sure what the hell they were thinking, these drivers managed to devise methods for transporting things that are best left for like, you know, actual moving trucks. But no. Apparently moving trucks weren’t available that day when other cars/trucks, furniture, and livestock required transport. Call in a flatbed? Nah, why bother when alternative methods can be devised at a fraction of the price.

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