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braunhi1

  4 months ago

Sky News: A suspicious object, spotted on the M11 motorway, prompted a call to Cambridgeshire Police, who were deployed to track down the car. (photo).
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A pair of feet sticking out of a rolled-up carpet - believed to be a body - turned out to be a mannequin dressed as Prince Charming. (photo).

When they found the vehicle, they were told by the driver that he was taking the dummy to a themed birthday party.

"We managed to track the vehicle down in Angel Drove, Ely where our officers discovered there were indeed a pair of feet... belonging to a mannequin dressed as Prince Charming who was on his way to a themed birthday."

The force said the driver was given advice "to avoid such circumstances again".

It added: "Thankfully this was a false alarm."

Well all's well that ends well.


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KT051

  3 months ago
Did give me a laugh B, have a great weekend.
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WoodyP

  4 months ago
Haaha, that's funny but at least the cops were on the ball.
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pagalu

  4 months ago
A dummy.
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rolfie13

  4 months ago
Ive seen the false legs or arms hanging from car boots.
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