A mock police car with the word ‘penis’ on it has gone on sale on Facebook, having been accompanied by a hilarious, ranting description from the seller.
Many of us turn to Facebook Marketplace these days to try and pick up a bargain, often spending hour upon hour scrolling through the weird and wonderful listings.
And one bloke has something fittingly unique for the online sales platform, having listed a fake police car with an interesting design element that you may not have seen before on official vehicles.
The 2001 Mercedes-Benz E320 CDI is being sold for £2,500 after being driven around Europe for a charity rally.
You can see there’s a large ‘penis’ sign stuck on the bonnet, which is a motif repeated at the rear... Ooh, er.
The description says: “THIS IS NOT NOR NEVER WAS A POLICE CAR! It was built for a charity rally. We drove her round Europe a few thousand miles and she never missed a beat. We used false plates so she was never taxed or motd. We did do the brakes, changed rear shocks and springs and wheel bearing etc.
“She will need a good going over to make sure she’s safe for road use. You can sit in the outside lane on the motorway and everyone literally moves out of your way without the need for lights.”
The car was listed seven weeks ago, but does not appear to have been sold yet.
Responding to a number of hypothetical questions from potential buyers, the seller proceeded to list out some further details – warning that there were a number of catches.
They said: “NO TAX.
“NO YOU CAN’T TAKE YOUR MOM TO ALDI IN IT.
“NO YOU CAN’T DRIVE IT HOME.
“NO YOU CAN’T USE THE LIGHTS.
“NO YOU CAN’T USE THE SIRENS.
“NO YOU CAN’T ARREST YOUR MATE.
“NO YOU CAN’T DO ILLEGAL THINGS IN IT.
“NO IT’S NOT OFFENSIVE.
“NO EPSTEIN DIDN’T KILL HIMSELF.
“NO IT’S NOT ILLEGAL.
“NO IT’S NOT LGBGTZCXYABC.
“NO I DON’T CARE ABOUT YOUR OPINION.”
The listing was also accompanied by photos of the vehicle's past adventures, proving it's already lived quite the life. Having been used for rally stages across Europe, it is certainly able to handle different terrains and surfaces with relative ease.
If you’re keen, you can check out the listing for the car, which is located in Walsall, here.