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The Arizona state troopers who patrol in a highway HOV lane and had it not been for the fool, as it were, on the other side of the vehicle occupied by a driver, and a partial skeleton, respectively.
The 62-year-old driver was pulled over Thursday on State Route 101 in Phoenix, and gave him a $400 ticket for illegal use of the HOV lane to bypass traffic.
“The engine pulled in next to the car and looked at the vehicle and at that time, many have realized that the passengers in the front row, it was basically a skeleton,” Trooper Martin Sotelo told Fox 10 In Phoenix.
Arizona speed ticket to a guy in the HOV lane with a skeleton as his passenger.
Arizona Department of Public Safety and security)
NEVADA, A TROOPER PULLS OVER TWO OF THE TRANSFER OF THE CORPSE IN THE CAR POOL LANE AND THE POLICE
A fake skeleton in a camo hat, and he sat bolt upright in the chair, held in place by a rope.
This snapped a picture of the “Skeletor”, and posted it on Twitter.
A COP CATCHES A DRIVER USING THE HOV LANE WITH A DUMMY IN THE FRONT PASSENGER SEAT,
“For example, you can use the HOV lane with Skeletor riding shotgun? You are very much mistaken!” to the tongue-in-cheek tweet read.
“Just know that if you get caught, you will be referred to,” Sotelo said. “The points will be added to your license. It’s just not worth it.”
THE FOX NEWS APP
In Arizona this cite, about 7,000 HOV lane violators each year. In April of last year, a man was pulled down after the drive in the HOV lane with a mannequin wearing a sweater, a baseball cap and sunglasses.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.