The moment two Australian men were seen riding motorised lounge chairs along a busy freeway has been captured on camera.
The duo were caught riding their contraption on Turton Road in Newcastle, about two hours drive from Sydney, at 10.30am on Sunday.
Kylie Davey, a motorist who captured the moment on film, said one of the men had a 'don't overtake sticker on his lounge.'
The men were caught riding their ingenious contraptions on Turton Road in Newcastle, about two hours drive from Sydney, on Sunday morning
Ms Davey told Daily Mail Australia the men appeared to have been going to a nearby Big Boys Toys Expo at McDonald Jones Stadium.
The footage showed the men appeared relaxed as they crossed through the busy traffic intersection.
'It was funny... They were not on any road,' Ms Davey said.
'They used footpaths and crossed roads only at crossings, just like someone in a wheelchair would.'
Ms Davey posted the video to her Facebook page with title: 'Something you don't see everyday.'
'Made my day. Love the grey one even has the do not overtake a turning vehicle stickers,' she commented.
'Also the crochet blanket across the back really adds to it,' one person replied to her comment.
Kylie Davey, a motorist who shot the moment, said the men appeared to have been going to the nearby Big Boys Toys Expo at McDonald Jones Stadium
Ms Davey's video was later shared by NSW Traffic and Highway Patrol Command and it drew the attention of many social media users.
'Meanwhile, in Newcastle,' the forced captioned the video.
One social media user commented: 'Bit of Aussie humour they we have unfortunately lost in this country.'
'Lol, when your too tired to get of the lounge to go to the shop,' another wrote.
'There heading off to Bathurst 1000 early,' a third person commented.
Ms Davey said the man on the grey lounge even had the do not overtake a turning vehicle sticker on it