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When you buy big-ticket items during a trip to the shopping centre, you're usually faced with the issue of how to fit it in your car.
Now, you might have some super fancy, 4WD machine that could fit anything inside, but there are loads of people who don't have that luxury.
So, if you've got a stock-standard vehicle, you end up having to play Tetris - trying to get everything in nice and snug.
But one driver in Australia managed to do that while also fitting a small child in the back as well.
Pictures of the incident in Melbourne have gone viral on the Facebook page Downshift AU.
"When you drive a BMW, but can't afford the $50 delivery," was the caption on the post, which has attracted hundreds of likes, shares and comments.
You can just make out the tiny child's face and hands trying not to get crushed by the weight and size of the 55 inch TV the driver had just purchased.
Opinion was pretty divided on the issue, with one person commenting: "No problem if the back seat was empty. Pretty fucked up loading like that with a kid in the back seat."
"And taking the photo's from the drivers seat is any safer," wrote another person.
A third added: "Ever thought that he wanted it that day and didn't want to wait till next Wednesday when they will deliver some time between 9am and 2pm?"
Obviously you want to have anyone in the backseat properly strapped down and not in any danger if the car has a sudden accident.
18-year-old Ryan Lamb was spotted catching some air in his van as he ran straight over a roundabout on the A11 in Norfolk.
The van seriously took off over the top of the roundabout, spiralling through the air before crashing on the other side. He didn't quite stick the landing in the way that 'them Duke boys' became famous for.
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