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Traffic police in China recently stopped a seven-seater van, only to find 36 school children, a teacher and a driver inside.
The driver, surnamed Bai, runs a kindergarten in Nanyang, Henan province, according to a CCTV report.
He takes the children to school and back home every day, reports South China Morning Post.
Most of the passengers were kindergarten pupils with a few from primary school carrying their schoolbags.
The van was not registered nor did Bai have a driving licence.
“It’s just a tip of the iceberg. Rural kindergartens are usually like this. It’s quite normal to drive 20-30 school kids in such a minibus,” one Internet user commented.
“Who will take responsibility if something happens?” wrote another.
The police impounded the van while Bai was being held in criminal detention for dangerous driving.