Traffic police stopped a pickup truck on an express highway in north China's Shanxi Province only to find an overspill of 10 sheep in the driver's cabin. It turned out that the pickup was so full to the brim with livestock that the two adult sheep and eight lambs had crammed themselves into the driver's cabin instead.

The law enforcement recorder captured what was happening: a pickup loaded with sheep stopped by the roadside due to engine trouble, and the sheep are spotted skipping out into the driver's cabin from time to time. The driver tells the police that the pickup is loaded to burst so a few sheep have to be put in the driver's cabin.

The traffic police call in a rescue truck to help take away the ten sheep from the vehicle before the driver gets fined 100 yuan (£10) for violating traffic laws in the country.