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Police find 5,000 cans of beer in overweight van; Beat That in a $million Car
Topic Started: Mar 10 2018, 12:44 AM (1,272 Views)
The Inquisitor
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Five thousand cans of beer in the van, 5,000 cans of beer…

A driver was caught by police in England driving at double the legal limit.

That’s weight limit. His rusty old Mercedes-Benz Sprinter was pulled over in Cambridgeshire when it was spotted (booze) cruising along with its front end suspiciously squished to the ground.

When they opened it up, police found 5,000 cans of high-test 14.2 percent ABV Polish lager on board, according to SWNS.

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5,000 cans of beer….Closer to my price range than a new Mercedes.... :lol:
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Good old Mercedes-Benz Sprinter....with

5,000 cans of beer….Closer to my price range than a new Mercedes.... :lol:
Edited by The Inquisitor, Mar 10 2018, 12:48 AM.
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Driving double the speed limit in a rusty old Mercedes Sprinter, overweight with beer. Takes brains. :rollseyes:

Sounds like something I'd do in the 70s. :biggrin:
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Coast2coast

Beer is fattening if done in excess. Five-thousand cans, no wonder the van was overweight. :biggrin:


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You can find almost that many empties in the back of Abe's pick-up. :drinking:
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I volunteered my wife's van to take canned food from a Boy Scout food drive to the food distribution center once.

As the kids were loading it up, I happened to notice the rear bumper was only a few inches from the ground, and the rear tires looked flat. Had to make three trips.

5,000 cans of beer would be pushing 2 tons.
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