- The Little Tikes Cozy Coupe was seen along a stretch of the M77 near Glasgow
- Social media users were quick to laugh at the hilarity of the funny picture
- The Cozy Coupe was launched in 1979 and is a bestselling children’s toy
Motorists making their way home could be forgiven for having to take a second glance in their mirrors after a toy car was spotted strapped to the back of a recovery lorry.
The Little Tikes Cozy Coupe was pictured along a stretch of the M77 south of Glasgow, fastened to the back of a recovery vehicle.
Social media users have been quick to jump on the bandwagon and share the hilarious image.
Richard H tweeted: ‘No sympathy for untaxed, or uninsured vehicles…serves them right. Bet Noddy’s well p***** off!’
The Cozy Coupe was spotted south of the M77 near Glasgow and has sparked huge debate on social media
One Facebook user said: ‘We buy any car’.
Another said: ‘Customer service at Little Tikes goes above and beyond.’
One user posted: ‘No tax, no MOT, no insurance… away to the crusher with you.’
A source said: ‘Apparently the driver straps it to the vehicle when he is called out to a job, and on the way back, with a load on board, it travels in the cab.’
Dr J Hall added: ‘Probably broke a wheel on the disgraceful A83.’
Another person used the toy car as a political jibe, asking: ‘Is this ruth Davidson car, cause she is in hiding.’
The Cozy Couple was launched in 1979 and currently retails at £49.99.