THIS video shows the moment North Yorkshire Police pulled over a Skoda Octavia, only for officers to find nine people crammed inside.

Officers had pulled over the car in near Malton on May 17 during a week of road safety deployments across the county after records showed it had no insurance.

Not counting the driver, there was one passenger was in the front seat, five were in the back seat and two climbed out of the boot.

Police have now shared the dashcam and bodycam footage.

A police spokesman said: "To make matters even worse, two of the car doors would not open and one of the front tyres was so bald the inner cord was visible.

“If it had been involved in a collision, the consequences don’t bear thinking about. It would have caused absolute carnage.”

The vehicle was seized, along with 17 other uninsured and untaxed vehicles stopped in targeted deployments across North Yorkshire for UN Global Road Safety Week last week.

The driver was also reported for dangerous driving and having no insurance.

The spokesman added: “We’re continuing our targeted road safety deployments throughout the summer and beyond, to keep everyone safe and take illegal drivers and vehicles off the road.”