When your GPS tells you to do something, where do you draw the line as far as stupidity is concerned before you actually go and do it? Getting lost in a forest is one thing, but driving the wrong way up a major national highway is another thing entirely. Incidentally, that's what this guy was just pulled over for.
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According to ABC, a New South Wales man was arrested after driving 20-kilometres the wrong way up the Hume Highway in Victoria at 4:30am.
When the man was pulled over by Police, he reportedly said the he thought the notoriously accident-ridden road was just a dual carriageway, and that his GPS unit told him to turn onto it.
How about we start putting common sense back on our roads? [ABC]