POSERS who drive around blasting music out face having their cars destroyed.
Police in Dewsbury have been inundated with complaints about the noisy motorists.
Now they have warned those responsible they could have their cars seized - and if they do not pay fines and storage charges, they will not get them back.
The problem is rife in Dewsbury town centre.
Community constable Pc Colin Sykes said: "We have had numerous complaints about music menaces driving their cars around the town centre with loud music blaring out of them.
"The complaints have mainly been around the Daisy Hill area and the junction with Westgate, particularly on recent Saturdays.
"We did have a problem with this sort of thing last September.
"Now the weather is getting milder it seems to have resurfaced."
He added: "We will be taking the drivers' details. A letter will then be sent to them from Kirklees Council's noise and pollution department pointing out what could happen if this behaviour continues."
Police have the powers under the Police Reform Act to seize vehicles and equipment if they think it is necessary. To get vehicles back, the owner must pay a fine of £105 plus VAT as well as a £12-a-day storage charge.
If they do not pay within 21 days, the car will be crushed.