McDonald’s wrappers, bags of crisps and piles of rubbish dumped into Britain’s dirtiest car… but is YOUR worse?

POLICE were horrified to find piles of rubbish littering what may be Britain’s messiest car.

Photos of the Ford Focus show the interior of the car crammed with junk from drive-through takeaways.

Police stopped the car in Wantham, Kent, yesterday morning after suspecting it was traveling without insurance

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Police stopped the car in Wantham, Kent, yesterday morning after suspecting it was traveling without insurancePhoto credit: Kent Police

The leftovers of McDonald’s and Greggs are scattered among old newspapers and bags of chips on the passenger seat and in the footwell.

Soda cans and a McDonald’s cup lie spilled around.

Police stopped the car in Wantham, Kent, yesterday morning after suspecting it was traveling without insurance.

After determining they were right, they impounded the vehicle and issued a traffic ticket to the driver, a man in his 30s.

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But officials didn’t expect the chaos to pile up inside the car and immediately tweeted photos of its shocking condition.

An official said in the tweet: “The odd sweet wrapper or drop of crisps from our colleagues at the handover suddenly doesn’t seem so bad.

“This is the interior of a car that was stopped and impounded today with no insurance, no MOT and no vehicle tax licence.”

Officials say the DVLA was also informed that the car was said to be untaxed.

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The Ford Focus challenges Louise Duffy’s vehicle which was suspended earlier this month because of its dirt.

The mother’s dirty car was crammed with debris, crumbs, shopping bags and a high-heeled boot between her children’s seats.

But messy cars could see their drivers fined £100 Drivers have been warned recently.

Vehicles laden with garbage can be dangerous to drive if garbage blocks foot pedals or obstructs the driver’s view.

Serious cases of cars filled with scrap could go to court and even result in a £2,500 fine and disqualification.

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