A filthy car has been branded so dirty that a garage worker refused to carry out an MoT on it because he was afraid of what he might “catch” by going near it.
The motor was brought in with dirty clothes, junk food detritus, fizzy drinks and packets of tobacco over the seats..
The red car also has threadbare seats and the floor inside is littered with empty food packaging.
Sharing photos online, MoT tester Sam Burrows admitted he outright refused to inspect the vehicle.
He penned: “Happy fickin Monday.
“Point-blank refused to test this, the customer just laughed and walked off like I was joking.
“One MoT fee is not worth me catching whatever is flecking lurking in this thing.”
MoT stands for Ministry of Transport, the Government department that rolled out a test in 1960 as a means of testing vehicle safety, exhaust emissions and roadworthiness.
Sam shared the stomach-churning snaps of the rancid car on an online MoT tester forum, where workers backed up his refusal to inspect the car.
But the messiness was not the only thing about it that was chilling.
In a creepy twist, one eagle-eyed user spotted what looks like a human face buried beneath bags of junk on the back seat.
He said: “Err…..I think there may be a person in the back?
“Look slightly to the left from the top of the driver seat, there is a very pale face poking out.”
Referencing a sci-fi movie directed by Ridley Scott as a prequel to Alien, he added: “Looks like the face of the alien in Prometheus.”
He added: “I reckon we could make a DVSA approved reason to refuse version of Where’s Wally with these pics!
“There’s enough of them to make a hard back!”
Another user agreed with Sam’s decision to refuse to check the vehicle over due to its horrific condition.
“Refuse to test,” he wrote.