The milkfloat on speed.

Diary fleet manager Kevin Bourne must have been frustrated driving his float around in the early hour of the morning at just 12mph.

£20,000 later and his float low speeds along at a healthy 73mph!!

Kevin Bourne hopes to hopes to break the current world record which stands at 71.4mph in his “Electric Blue” super float. Forget the world record, get out on the motorway, get a speeding ticket and take a photo of the police officers face.

via deputydog