Service company reveals 10 insane things they find in people's cars

This repair and service company, Kwik Fit, has found crazy items, ranging from a hand, snake to a sex toy.

People have left sex toys for mechanics to find

Ever wondered what mechanics find in people's cars?

Well, this repair and service company, Kwik Fit, has the answer.

According to DailyMail, this British company has discovered crazy items, including a prosthetic human hand, a sex toy, and several hamsters.

1. A headstone with the customer’s name on it (left on display on the back seat)

2. A live python (On display in the passenger foot well)

3. A prosthetic human hand (left on display on the back seat)

4. A sex toy (in the glove box with the locking wheel nut)

5. A live hamster (rescued from behind the glove box)

6. £10,000 engagement ring (retrieved from underneath the passenger seat)

7. A live cockerel (left on display in the back foot well)

8. A bird nest (found under the car bonnet)

9. A live kitten (rescued from underneath the car bonnet)

10. A set of false teeth (left on display on the dashboard)

Speaking on all of these crazy discoveries, Dhiren Master, the marketing director at Kwik Fit said: "It always raises a smile to hear about the weird and wonderful things our technicians come across on a daily basis."

What is the craziest item you have discovered in your car?

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