The other seats were simply being used to store rubbish (Image: Facebook)
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If you enjoy the odd drive through treat, it's likely some of the food wrappers or paper cups have been left sitting in your car for longer than they should.
But one driver has taken it to a whole other level after pictures of a car taken into the garage for work were shared on social media.
Photos show a silver Honda quite literally crammed with plastic bags and rubbish, filling the entire back seat section of the vehicle and blocking the windows.
The passenger seat has also been left unusable by the mess, which even spills over dangerously onto the driver's side, covering the gear stick and handbrake, as well being found on the floor by the foot pedals.
People couldn't believe the driver had continued using the car
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The state of the car has left people shocked after being shared on Facebook with the caption: "Can't even make this up. How do you not get fined or a citation for this c**p?", before tagging in a hoarders television show and asking them to "come get your people".
It racked up thousands of comments as people were gobsmacked that not only had the vehicle been driven on the roads, but that the owner had taken it to a garage is such a bad state.
One replied to say: "I will never feel bad about how messy my car is ever again after seeing this…"
A second wrote: "I'm actually more shocked that someone like this brought their car into a dealer for service. Imagine being the dude that needs to clean this shit out after [they] trade it in."
A third replied: "This is giving me anxiety."
Another said: "Such a safety hazard too not only for themselves but for others… smh."
And someone else added: "I would refuse to work on that."
Do you know a messy car that could give this one a run for its money? Let us know in the comments.