A German motorist crashed and blocked a tramline after obeying commands from his satellite navigation unit.
The motorist was heading into the German city of Bremen when the "friendly voice from his sat-nav told him to turn left", a spokesman told The Scotsman.
"He did what he was ordered to do and turned his Audi left up over the curb and onto the track of a local streetcar line. He tried to back up off the track but got completely stuck."
Trams were held up for several hours until a crane could be brought in to move the car and clear the line.
This is not the first time that mistakes on satellite navigation systems have proved problematic.
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