Two Aussie Blokes Spotted 'Driving' Motorised Lounge Chairs Through New South Wales
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Getting around town can be difficult or annoying if walking is a struggle. Even if walking isn't hard or painful, you might not want to cross the city on foot and would prefer to hop on a cheeky mobility scooter.
But they're not really comfortable are they? Sure, they've got a padded seat, but they're hardly held up as the beacon of comfortability.
Well, these LADs from Newcastle, New South Wales have decided to change up the game by mixing comfort and transport.
Introducing the Lazy Boy MC, the motorised lounge chair that looks bloody comfy.
The two lounge chairs have a joystick on the left hand side and allows it to move in any direction and at a decent speed.
They're not going to be setting any speed records here, but it certainly has a bit of pace in the battery.
The blokes who created these beautiful inventions have gone viral after both Sunrise and The Today Show featured footage of them 'driving' their chairs in Newcastle.
They were spotted by a motorist and passerby ploughing down the pavement over the weekend. The Channel 7 programme claims they were on their way to the Big Boys Toys Expo.
People have been absolutely loving it on social media, with one person saying: "I hope no one gets hurt as this was funny and good to see something like that than all the crap that's going on in the world."
Another wrote: "This has made my day."
A third added: "Love it! But I'm sure they will get into trouble to some reason because our once beautiful county ain't so beautiful any more!"
No doubt if these blokes get enough traction on their invention they'll have people all over Australia demanding one for their home.