I can see it now. A large engine XM gets pulled over, as the police suspect something is amiss. They empty out the car, and weigh it (amongst their other checks), and find it is 75KG overweight. They suspect a large amount of contraband, and so get the XM stripped down by a specialist. The report that comes back is thus;
After taking the vehicle completely apart, we were unable to find anything of a suspicious nature. However, we did find a large number of extraneous items, mainly in the engine bay, detailed as following;
37 3/8th assorted sockets
2 3/8th socket wrenches
41 assorted Torx bits
5 assorted combi spanners
1 3 foot breaker bar
1 2.5 tonne trolley jack
1 torch, and 1 workshop light unit
12KG of various nuts, bolts, washers and similar
1 new clutch plate, suitable for the vehicle in question.
At first we were unable to explain this, until somebody pointed out the vehicle in question was a 20 year old Citroen XM V6, and then we realised that this was (upon research) the normal situation with this type of car.
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