Car catches fire and has suffered major damage after festive gender reveal burnout on a public road
Excitement becomes frightening for expectant parents when a car flares up at a burnout gender reveal party
- Burnout revealing the gender of a baby is going terribly wrong on video
- Holden sedan set on fire and went up in flames with the driver still inside
- Later in April, the man was charged with the Gold Coast incident
- The police have released drone recordings to warn others about planning similar stunts
Dramatic images of the drone have captured the terrifying moment. A festive burnout that reveals that the sex of a baby went terribly wrong.
Queensland Police has released footage of the dangerous stunt on the Gold Coast, where a man & # 39; s car caught fire last year and sustained extensive damage during a burnout to reveal a baby's gender.
The incident with a black sedan from Holden Senator 2017 took place in the suburb of Norwell in the north of the city on April 14 last year.
Plumes of blue smoke reveal that a baby boy is on the way before the burnout goes terribly wrong
The footage shows a crowd of excited spectators who encourage the driver and record the celebrations while plumes of bright blue smoke fill the air.
But 100 meters further on, the burnout takes an almost tragic turn when the car catches fire and flares up.
The driver had to be pulled out of the burning wreck while he and the spectators fled the scene, still filming the festivities on their phones.
The police investigated the incident and arrested a 29-year-old Nerang man the next day.
He was charged with one count of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.
The stunt then goes terribly wrong if the car catches fire while the driver is still inside
& # 39; The case was settled in the Beenleigh court last year, & # 39; read a police statement.
The police released the images on Tuesday as a warning to other expectant parents who are planning a similar stunt.
In April, charges were also charged against a group in western Sydney after their gender-revealing burnout in a Silverdale cul-de-sac on social media went viral.
The Ford Falcon XR6 turbo was confiscated by the police for three months and four people were charged.
The driver was suspended for six months.
A man was charged with the Gold Coast incident and was treated by the court last year
Another car suffered extensive damage in December last year in Meningie in South Australia during a separate incident.
The cheers of listeners are screeching after the rear passenger tire catches fire because black smoke replaces the pink plumes.
The South Australian police condemned the incident at the time and said it could have caused a forest fire.
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