Denise says she took this photo on the Palmetto Expressway!
Kelly wonders if this guy could have fit one more chair on this truck! "Call me crazy -- but you think he may have thought of stacking them?"
Tony says this dude was driving with poles sticking out the window. He says the car took up 1.5 lanes! Talk about a road hog.
Anthony saw this odd car in a Publix parking lot.
Jose asks "what is all this stuff?" on a car he spotted in South Miami-Dade.
From Rhea: Bruce Wayne on I-595.
Anthony saw this strange car in a Publix parking lot.
Mauricio spotted this Publix pig parker in Hallandale. Whoever was driver decided parking spots were overrated.
Jean saw this car parked horizontally outside a Pembroke Pines Publix.
A Local 10 viewer says the driver of this truck pulled up outside this Kendall Publix and went inside. Guess he doesn't need to park with everyone else!
Local 10 Associate Producer Jesse Sanchez saw this bizarre situation on the roads.
Local 10 investigative reporter Ross Palombo saw this truck with a large load!
Local 10 investigative reporter Ross Palombo saw this truck that was double-wide thanks to the door that was hanging out the back!
Local 10's Todd Tongen questioned these mattresses he spotted. He says they were bigger than the car they were on top of!
Juan was frustrated when he saw these two cars sharing a parking spot. To make matters worse, it's a handicapped spot!
Dan saw this armored car parked in a handicapped spot outside of a Walgreens in Pembroke Pines.
Manuel spotted this armored car parked where it shouldn't have been: in a handicapped spot outside of a CVS.
What a load! This motorcyclist Frank spotted looks like he's on his way to the golf course.
Audrey saw this moped making its own parking spot outside a Publix in West Kendall.
Danny wonders if this driver's sidecar is safe? Is that a dog or a person sitting in that seat?
Jeff's message for this motorcyclist: "hey dummy, this is not a parking spot."
Mike couldn't believe how upside down this Tennessee driver was!
Gina was curious why this bus was still applying for its tags. She says it wasn't new -- and it was full of passengers!
Michelle was annoyed by this Florida driver who couldn't put their registration stickers on right!
This driver in Kendall threw their Burger King bag out the window!
Someone threw trash out of this car on Oakland Park Blvd.
Wouldn't want to be behind this mess on the road!
This driver had not one, but two dogs in her lap!
This dog is barely inside the car!
Where was this bedazzled horse going? It was seen on the Turnpike in north Broward County.
We count at least seven people riding in this pickup truck!
At least this guy has some mattresses to lean on while standing up on the Shula!
Check out these two people riding in the back of some sort of truck on I-95.
Kenisha took a photo of this driver she saw lugging who knows what all over town!
Can't find a truck? Just use your VW Bug! That's what this driver John spotted decided to do.
Lisa saw all this stuff strapped down in a truck that was going south on I-95 in Broward County.
Michelle wondered what the world has come to when she saw this woman riding a mattress outside the McDonald's at SW 152 Street and SW 137 Avenue in Southwest Miami-Dade.
Sean saw these mattresses falling off of a car while it sped down the Florida Turnpike at 70 mph.
Marlon was driving behind this moving mattress mobile on the Palmetto Expressway. He says the driver was going 60 mph!
Look at all of these mattresses stacked up and strapped down in Hialeah!
Would you buy shoes from this car Dania spotted?
Barbi says this advertisement for a full body at sea is something you'd see only in Miami.
Paul was confused by this sign that says no running is allowed in a South Miami-Dade park.
Eston snapped a photo of two cars breaking the rules- they're stopped in the middle of a crosswalk.
Ricardo sent in this photo of a car driving on the wrong side of the road! You may be making a left turn, but you shouldn't be doing it from there!
This truck drove Dan crazy when it stopped in the middle of train tracks.
An employee at Baptist hospital is fed up with the way one of her co-workers parks!
What drives Mercina crazy? The way people park at her office!
When William saw this woman holding onto a table while sitting in a truck bed, he snapped this photo and sent it to LOcal 10 with the caption "Tea anyone?"
Laurie calls the situation these guys are in a "hot tub on wheels." When she saw them hanging out on Powerline Road in Deerfield Beach she wondered if their seats were even legal.
Lindsay saw these nighttime movers holding on to their stuff as they drove.
Best seat in the house? This guy Rick saw on Oakland Park Drive could've made that truck bed a prime napping spot, thanks to all of the mattresses he's sitting on.
Jeff sent this photo from Hialeah. He says after he took it the car sped away to the Palmetto Expressway-- think all of that junk stayed on board?
Wear a hat to block the sun -- or hang your hat in your window! Bob took this picture near Stirling & Hiatus Roads.
This truck driver found a creative way to see through his duct-taped window.
From Miriam: a man proving he knows how to balance! It appears he has some heavy boxes on that bike of his!
This BMW driver decided to make his own rules about parking at Sawgrass Mills.
Michele was annoyed when she saw this Jaguar parked at such a frustrating angle!
From Doug: This sign says its the spot is for Aventura Police only -- since when did they trade in their cars for Bentley's?
Scott sent in this photo of a man straddling a full-size vaccum cleaner and his scooter at the same time.
Lisa saw this lady reading while driving in early September. It must've been a good book because she kept reading for miles!
Debbie caught this guy on his cell phone while driving along I-595. (Disclaimer: this was before the ban went into effect!)
Local 10 investigates after a man was arrested in Coral Gables for a similar crime to the Ray Allen break-in. The teenagers involved in the incident at Allen's home have still not been charged.
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