Police On The Hunt For Men Seen Driving MOTORISED Tables

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Yes you read that right.

Police in Australia are on the hunt for a group of men who were spotted driving around the city of Perth on a couple of motorized picnic tables. Some of the men seated at the motorized tables were also sipping on beer as the improvised vehicles cruised around streets. Yes, you read all of that correctly. As ridiculous as the incident may sound, law enforcement don’t seem to have a sense of humor with regards to the prank. If apprehended, the “suspects” involved face a number of charges for the stunt.

However, when the police department posted about the incident on its Facebook page, they received plenty of sarcastic responses questioning the importance of the manhunt for the bench-riding pranksters. Check out the video and you be judge regarding how serious the incident really is.

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