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‘This car caught our eye!’ Vehicle with Simpsons portrait on door taken off the roads

PUBLISHED: 07:57 07 October 2018 | UPDATED: 08:08 07 October 2018

Essex Police Southern Roads Policing Unit.

Essex Police Southern Roads Policing Unit.

Essex Police

A car covered in graffiti, with a guitar attached to its roof and a Simpsons portrait attached to its door, has been seized by police.

Essex Police was alerted to the intriguingly decorated vehicle last night.

“This car caught our eye,” roads policing officers tweeted. “That’s not a surprise.”

Police said the driver was arrested for non-traffic offences.

“The car has now been prohibted and the driver reported.”

The car was stopped in Pitsea, Essex.

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