Police were called to a parking lot in Richmond, B.C., earlier this month where they found a man trying to load a full-sized fridge into the trunk of a four-door sedan.
“The fridge was one-third in the trunk while the remainder teetered over the edge of the car’s bumper,” Const. Justin Stewart said in a release. “The fridge was secured to the vehicle using rope and the seatbelts from the car.”
Stewart said the driver told him he thought what he was doing was OK and apologized after he was told that the load was unsafe for transport.
He then removed the fridge from the trunk of his car and arranged for a less precarious mode of transportation, police said.