Police report driver for badly cracked windscreen

The cracked windscreen. Picture: Norfolk and Suffolk Roads Policing

The cracked windscreen. Picture: Norfolk and Suffolk Roads Policing - Credit: Archant

This was the horrendous state of one driver’s windscreen after they were reported by police for driving with a car in a dangerous condition.

The driver was stopped and reported. Picture: Norfolk and Suffolk Roads Policing

The driver was stopped and reported. Picture: Norfolk and Suffolk Roads Policing - Credit: Archant

Cracks running across the entire length and width of the windscreen can be seen in the picture.

Norfolk and Suffolk Roads Policing posted the photo on Twitter on 7.53pm on Thursday, March 29.

The car was stopped due to having an expired MOT and the driver was also not listed on the insurance.

The driver was also reported for dangerous condition due to the damage to his windscreen.

On Twitter, the Norfolk and Suffolk Roads Policing said: “East team in patrol in #GreatYarmouth & have just seized a vehicle with an MOT that expired in December 17 & driver was not listed on the insurance. Driver also reported for dangerous condition due to windscreen defects #Sec165 #1691.”