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Car mechanic cannot believe what this driver did to their vehicle

Georgetown, Indiana - What a mess! When Jeremy New came across this silver Honda, he couldn't believe what he saw.

The car is packed full of litter.
The car is packed full of litter.  © Facebook/Screenshot/Jeremy New

The car mechanic from Georgetown, Indiana, has caused quite a stir on Facebook with images he posted showing off the inside of an extremely messy car.

"Can't even make this up. How do you not get fined or a citation for this crap?" he wrote in the January 4 post.

Photos show a car full of litter, leaving just enough room to allow a driver into the front seat – and that's about it. The windows were hardly see-through except from the front windshield.

Plastic bags, empty cans, drink cups, wrappers, and all sorts of trash fill the inside of the vehicle, even around the pedals and brakes.

The messy car doesn't only look bad. It also a poses real security threat, as loose objects could be sent flying through the air if the driver has to stop suddenly, or litter could get lodged under the gas or brake pedals.

It appears the owner of the vehicle can hardly see through the windshield.
It appears the owner of the vehicle can hardly see through the windshield.  © Facebook/Screenshot/Jeremy New
Life-threatening: litter got lodged under the brake pedals.
Life-threatening: litter got lodged under the brake pedals.  © Facebook/Screenshot/Jeremy New

Facebook users make fun of the car

The Honda looked more like a dumpster than a car.
The Honda looked more like a dumpster than a car.  © Facebook/Screenshot/Jeremy New

Jeremy New, who appears to work in an auto shop, sparked a lot of attention with the post.

More than 9,000 people shared the images, and over 5,000 users commented. Many asked how it was even possible to drive the car.

While some pointed out the safety hazards, others found the pictures hilarious.

"I will never feel bad about how messy my car is ever again after seeing this," one joked.

"And then there's me who doesn't like to leave one bit of rubbish in the car and I get annoyed if the cup-holder area is messy," another wrote.

A third commenter said, "I would refuse to work on that."

Jeremy New didn't reveal how he handled the messy situation, but the owner certainly didn't get away without a lecture on proper car care.

Cover photo: Facebook/Screenshot/Jeremy New

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