GUELPH , Ontario, July 13 (UPI) -- Canadian police arrested a speeding driver who was seen wearing a headlamp in place of his car's broken headlights.
A Guelph police officer first noticed what appeared to be a bicycle light approaching him while conducting speed enforcement before discovering the light was coming from a car with no working exterior lights.
According to the CBC, police said the officer "found the driver to be wearing an LED headlamp on his forehead. It was that single battery operated headlamp shining through the front windshield that was first observed by the officer."
The officer also tracked the 35-year-old man traveling 108 kilometers per hour (67 mph) in a 70 kilometers per hour (43 mph) zone on Monday night at 10 p.m. along the street which officer's say has no artificial lighting and is completely dark without traffic.
Police said the man was charged with speeding and operating an unsafe vehicle and his car was towed, as it was deemed unsafe for travel.