According to the Daily Telegraph, The original car used in the 1968 film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is banned from a street parade in Norwich because it doesn't have an MoT.
Plans for the 50-year-old car to appear in the Norwich Street Procession this weekend have had to be shelved because it's not considered roadworthy.
The famous car is known to generations of children as the perfect getaway vehicle, flying the film's stars away from The Childcatcher's clutches.
But plans for the 50-year-old car to appear in the Norwich Street Procession this weekend have been shelved by Norfolk Police because it is not considered roadworthy.
Organisers of August's show tried to persuade the police to agree and even got Norwich City Council involved, but to no avail.
It would've been easier if the car really flew, as a pilot's licence takes 45 hours to obtain, which is a lot less time than it would take to get the necessary permission and insurance for it to be driven in the parade.
The car is allowed to go in the parade on low level trailer as long as it is secured, but the organisers haven't been able to get hold of one in time.
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