Sylvester Stallone Breaks The Law
Sylvester Stallone has become the latest in a long list of celebrities to break the law while driving around California.
Joining the ranks of those that text and talk while driving and like to park in disabled spots, Stallone decided to take some kids for a spin on Sunday in his custom Mustang, which is no big deal under normal circumstances, except the aging action hero decided to pile two of the kids together onto the front passenger seat, a definite no-no under California state law.
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Detective Bill Bustos with the LAPD tells RadarOnline.com “California law states you must have only one passenger per seat. Driving with two passengers in one seat is vehicle code violation 27360. You must have one passenger per seat belt.”
Also, as the front passenger seat of the car is only equipped with one seatbelt, it would appear Stallone is also breaking the California state seatbelt law, according to the California Department Of Motor Vehicles, “Children ages six and older, but less than 16, and children under age six who weigh more than 60 pounds, must be properly secured in an appropriate child passenger restraint system or safety belt which meets federal safety standards.”