By Aidan Wondracz For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 02:27 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 02:27 GMT, 1 March 2019
A homeless man who almost caused a major collision after wandering onto a busy road late at night has been told to buy LED lights for his trolley.
Jeremy Leith Gray, 45, fronted Levin District Court in New Zealand's lower North Island this week.
Police arrested the vagrant after he was caught shuffling down a busy road and dodging oncoming cars.
Drivers were forced to swerve around Gray as he pushed his trolley.
Jeremy Leith Gray, 45 (pictured), fronted Levin District Court in New Zealand's lower North Island this week
To avoid a repeat situation and raise his visibility, Judge Sygrove suggested in court that Gray install an LED light onto his trolley.
He said the LED light meant Gray wouldn't need to keep buying batteries.
'You must keep off the road,' Judge Sygrove told Gray in court, NZ Herald reported.