A driver has been fined after police discovered a broken seatbelt in a car.
Officers in Fife handed the driver £50 fixed penalty notice after they found a make-shift seat belt.
Road Policing Scotland said the force “couldn’t believe” the state of the safety device, which had been tied in a knot to keep it in place.
They tweeted: “Officers couldn’t believe it when they observed this driver wearing a badly maintained seat belt.
“The purpose of a seat belt is to prevent or reduce injury in a crash.
“The driver was issued a fixed penalty of £50.”
More information on seatbelts can be found here.