A man in China thought of a novel way to bypass local drink-drive laws after tying his scooter to the back of his bicycle in order to get home after a boozing session.
The cyclist had a few too many beers at lunchtime before realising he wouldn't be able to drive home and was left with few options.
Clearly not enthused by the thought of having to pick up his scooter in the morning, or risking his licence, the unknown man decided to hire a bicycle instead.
Securing the vehicle with some rope, the relaxed peddler managed to balance his cargo at an improbable angle on his bicycle, which is not subject to China's drink-drive laws.
This bizarre biker was snapped weaving home through the traffic in Changsha, Hunan province, southern China.
'He looked pretty wobbly, but then he looked wobbly while he was just walking too,' said one passer-by.
Despite his good intentions he's bound to have broken a few laws, including overloading and dangerous driving.
Hopefully he made it home in one piece.
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