Father uses case of beer as booster seat for child, police say

Police in Ontario Canada, pulled over a driver Tuesday after someone called in an anonymous complaint: A 2-year-old passenger riding shotgun, was strapped to a 30-can case of beer, in lieu of a auto seat.

Ontario Provincial Police officers conducting a traffic stop reportedly found the 2-year-old not properly secured in the front seat of the vehicle.

Police said the child in this case was not harmed.

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They found the child was sitting on a 30-can case of beer.

Police in Canada made a unique traffic stop. No word if child protective services are involved.

Children under 40 pounds and less than 8-years-old are required to be in a booster seat, according to Ontario Police.

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