BIZARRE footage shows an unknown bullet shaped vehicle driving casually on a busy road.
The orange open toppped vehicle, which looks like a crushed aeroplane or a side car beside a motorbike, was captured on dash-cam on the road leaving Hatton, South Derbyshire.
The tiny car, which is only a metre off the ground and could resemble a racing car as it is decorated with a racing stripe down the middle.
Remarkable footage reveals the oddly shaped vehicle with two small headlights and four tiny wheel.
The driver can be seen wearing a black baseball cap with his head against the back of the orange tail leaving the village.
The footage was recorded by Mike Sandland,32, on Tuesday morning his morning commute to work.
Mike, a test engineer, from Walsall, West Midlands, was baffled by what he saw and uploaded it to Facebook the same day later in the evening captioned with: “This made me laugh.”
In the clip, Mike can be seen driving through the town following a white car while on the other side a small object with bright lights can be seen in the distance.
As Mike approaches the junction to turn left the orange vehicle can now be seen before the clip cuts to the rear view windscreen.
The camera reveals a car that looks like a bullet or a 1950 era Formula One car. however, the wheels are underneath the vehicle than at its side.
Mike can be heard laughing and saying: “Hehe, yeah.
“I don’t know what the bloody hell that was” before he goes into a fit of laughter and the clip ends.
One user said: “Pushbike or adapted mobility scooty?”
Another added: “Is that legal?”
Speaking today Mike said: “I was surprised to see a unique, yet, totally random thing. It made me laugh and put a smile on my face as I was about to go into work.
“I’m still not sure what it was. It looked like it had bicycle wheels and I presume it’s pedal powered and if so it would be road legal.”
Last month a middle-aged man was spotted at a T-junction sitting in a bumper car in the middle of the road.
The dodgem was caught on dashcam by a HD Property Services vehicle.
Ben Peters, 34, from Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire who runs Telematics Pro UK ltd supplied the dash-cam footage and couldn’t believe his eyes.