Police Pull Over Opel Vectra, Find Fourteen Romanians On HolidayS

Police in the of German state of Bavaria didn't know what they'd find when they stopped a slow-moving Opel Vectra running at around 40 kmph on a snowy A6. But upon stopping the budget brand car, they found two men in the front seat, and in the back seat two women with two children on each lap and also a child between them. But wait, that doesn't sound like fourteen members of a Romanian family. That was because they'd yet to open the back hatch. That's where they found five more kids stuffed like sardines inside the trunk. The very extended family was on the road from France back to Romania. Guess that's why the Vectra was going so slowly, eh? Why do we seem so nonchalant about the whole thing? Because seriously, we'd only have been worried if we'd found fifteen in the car and six in the trunk. Now that would have been really silly. Fully Google translated story with all the inconsistencies we'd expect elow the jump.

German agents in the state of Bavaria where not even knew they had it Thursday a slow moving Opel Vectra of the road out. In de personenauto, bestemd voor vijf personen, troffen de dienders een Roemeense familie van veertien personen aan, aldus Bild. In the car, intended for five people, found the dienders a Romanian family of fourteen persons, says Bild.

De auto reed met ongeveer 40 kilometer per uur over de snelweg A6. The car drove by about 40 kilometres per hour on the highway A6. Eenmaal aan de kant ontdekten de agenten twee mannen op de voorstoelen en op de achterbank twee vrouwen met elk twee kinderen op schoot en ook nog een kind tussen hen in. Once on the side agents discovered the two men at the front and the back seat two women with two children on each lap and also a child between them.

Alsof dat nog niet genoeg was, bleken in het kofferruim nog eens vijf kinderen te liggen. As if that were not enough, appeared in the kofferruim another five children. De Roemeense familie was op weg van Frankrijk naar Roemenië. The Romanian family was on its way from France to Romania.

(Hat tip to Frank!) [via Telegraaf]