Oh, come on now people. It's unfortunate for his friends and family that Northern Irishman Stuart Bradley died, leaving behind a babymama and trapping his four-year-old sister in his mom's Toyota — a car that had been fused together by some crooks out of a pair of busted vehicles. But to blame the MoT roadworthiness-testing crews for his death? Patently ridiculous. Sure, the Bradley family got sold a bill of goods. But we think it's safe to say that if Stuart hadn't been drunk, stoned and on Ecstacy, he probably wouldn't be dead and his wee sister wouldn't be traumatized. What's more, if the Bradleys had paid a bit more attention to the car they bought, they might not've had blame to shift. Quit blaming the government and own up, folks.
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