'Seriously?' Hamilton Police share photo of one motorist's costly oversight
Hamilton Police tweeted out a visual reminder to motorists to go to the effort to secure their loads.
On Monday (Dec. 2), Hamilton police tweeted out a photo of a truck whose load — of very expensive looking quartz countertops — wasn’t secured and seemingly tipped over off the bed off the truck.
The image tweeted by police shows the quartz is pretty heavily damaged.
“Seriously? Don’t be like this driver,” the HPS tweet says. “This guy is left to pick up the pieces…literally.”
The driver was fined $360 but, from the look of the picture, it seems like this little mistake is going to cost quite a bit more than that.
Seriously? Don’t be like this driver. Smashed quartz countertops and a $360 fine, this guy is left to pick up the pieces.— Hamilton Police (@HamiltonPolice) December 2, 2019
Remember #HamOnt, secure your load or it will cost you! pic.twitter.com/FMGMVkGnOe
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