Council officials in Doncaster have seized a souped up mobility scooter which was being driven at speeds of up to 60mph.
The vehicle, converted to be driven by a 140cc petrol engine, had reportedly been scaring wild deer and annoying residents in the area.
As well as the supercharged engine, it had been 'pimped' with go-kart wheels and a large exhaust, reports Metro.
Doncaster council's communities officer Cynthia Ransome described the mobility scooter as a "feat of engineering".
"Whilst it may look like a lot of fun to ride, this type of noisy vehicle annoys residents immensely and terrifies local wildlife and walkers," she said.
"We don't want to stop people having fun and this is obviously quite a feat of engineering, but when they build machines like this they should be used at licensed tracks and not in areas where they annoy others."
The mobility scooter's 24-year-old rider was stopped and the vehicle seized. It has now been returned to its owner.
Last year, plumber Colin Furze spent nearly three months building the fastest mobility scooter in the world.
The 31-year-old converted the machine, which he'd been given by a friend, with a powerful 125cc motorbike engine.