Driverless Toyota Corolla Levin Trashes a Restaurant

Toyota Corolla Levin Hits Restaurant 1 photo
Photo: The Australian
Latest news from Australia show that cars there have caught the “rogue-Knightrider” syndrome and have started an offensive against humans.
A black 1995 Toyota Corolla Levin reportedly started its engine and drove into a restaurant on Gouger Street in Adelaide, trashing all the tables and chairs in its way, while a woman serving dinner suffered minor injuries.

According to the witnesses, the Toyota made a “woop woop” sound, then started its engine and rove into the restaurant like it was radio controlled or something. Witnesses also tell that there was no human being in the car at the time.

We advise people to be cautious when spotting 1995-2000 model year Toyota Corolla Levin coupes, especially black or purple ones - they might be the evil Decepticons in disguise.

Full story at The Australian
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