VIDEO: Chinese police find 51 construction workers in six-seat minibus

 
VIDEO: Chinese police find 51 construction workers in six-seat minibus
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Chinese police had to remove FIFTY-ONE passengers from a six-seat van after pulling over the vehicle when it was spotted swaying in traffic.

Commuters can often be found moaning about their awful journey to work on a packed bus or train, but count yourself lucky that you're not one of these construction workers in China.

Police were stunned to discover an incredible 51 people crammed inside a six-seat van that was spotted travelling slowly and swaying in the Guizhou province.

The record holders for the maximum number of people in various brands of cars are listed here, and the Chinese unknowingly may have set a new record?

But if you suddenly feel the urge to gather your friends, pack them in your car to try to set a world record, don't drive in traffic please.

Look at this crazy:



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