Washington State Trooper John Bryant shared photos of the peculiar ordeal on Twitter. He then spoke with Inside Edition Digital about what occurred.

It’s not every day a driver is seen hauling an SUV inside a U-Haul truck. But that recently occurred on a two-lane highway four hours east of Seattle, Washington. Even worse: the SUV was only being held by one strap, officials said.

Washington State Trooper John Bryant shared photos of the peculiar ordeal on Twitter. “I suppose it’s moving season,” Bryant captioned the photo.

“That’s kind of the things we look at, we as troopers,” Bryant told Inside Edition Digital, noting another officer spotted the U-Haul while it was in motion. “Should this be driving on the road? Is it safe?

“If you look at the photos, it’s hazardous,” he continued. “I mean, there’s no bones about it. No matter how many comments I get on social media saying, ‘Well, it’s not that bad.’ It is pretty bad. It’s not a good thing.”

Officers pulled the driver over, and looked into his situation. “They discovered that his license was suspended, and he had a warrant out for a previous suspension where he did not show up for court,” Bryant said.

In addition, the rented U-Haul was overdue, Bryant said.


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