Police hunt homemade go-kart ‘causing anti-social behaviour’
- Credit: Policing Fenland
A ‘makeshift homemade go-kart' was seized by police following numerous reports of anti-social behaviour and driving in a careless manner.
Officers were called after the non-road legal kart was spotted driving around Nene Parade and Creek Road in March on Thursday afternoon (April 15).
A spokesperson for Cambridgeshire Police said: “Officers from the March Neighbourhood Policing Team received numerous reports of a male driving this makeshift homemade go-kart in a careless manner.
“Aside from causing anti-social behaviour to local residents the kart was also not road legal and didn't have any insurance.
“The kart has subsequently been seized under S165 of the Road Traffic Act.”
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One resident said: “I think that's rather sad.
“Yes, of course it shouldn't have been driven illegally on the public road, but someone has spent a lot of time and effort making that.”
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"He was driving like a nutter," added another.