Driver charged after using case of beer as child booster seat, police say

Police in Ontario, Canada said a 22-year-old driver used a case of beer as a makeshift booster seat for a two-year-old child.

(Meredith) -- If you don't have a proper booster seat, don't try to make one.

Police in Ontario, Canada said a 22-year-old driver used a case of beer as a makeshift booster seat for a two-year-old child.

Ontario Provincial Police said in a tweet that the driver was charged Wednesday with failing to ensure a child was properly seat-belted.

The child was unharmed.

CTV News reports that a proper child seat was brought to the location, and Family & Children's Services was notified.

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