Hoons perform burnouts at the grave of a father of six who died in VERY unusual circumstances
- Hoon driver was filmed burning out at Enfield Cemetery in Adelaide
- Nearby spectators cheered the red ute as it glided dangerously down the road
- Burnout was performed to pay respect to the late father of six John Hadley
- Mr Hadley crashed his motorcycle before being bundled into a car by friends
- He was then dumped on a sidewalk five miles from the crash site
- South Australia police are still investigating the burnout and the motorcycle accident
A mocking driver is filmed burnout in a cemetery to pay tribute to a father of six who died in a bizarre motorcycle accident.
The red ute was seen building up a thick column of smoke at Enfield Cemetery, Adelaide.
Nearby spectators cheered the driver as they pulled out of the street and skid across the road.
The dangerous spectacle was staged to pay respect to 45-year-old John Hadley, who died in a motorcycle accident on March 10.
A mocking driver is filmed burnout in a cemetery to pay tribute to a father of six who died in a bizarre motorcycle accident
The dangerous spectacle was staged to pay respect to 45-year-old John Hadley, who died in a motorcycle accident on March 10
The father had crashed his motorcycle on Whittington Street, Enfield, before his friends bundled it into a car and drove it away.
He was then dumped on a footpath on Mark Court at Ingle Farm, five miles from the crash site.
Paramedics received calls from a man who was lying unconscious on a sidewalk and were unable to revive him when they arrived at the scene.
The father of six was buried in Enfield Cemetery when he received the unorthodox goodbye.
Eric Taylor, who visited the cemetery at the time of the burnout, called it “frightening.”
‘It is a terrible state of affairs that you come here and that you basically have to deal with hoons. It makes it a bit scary, ‘he said 7 News
The father had crashed his motorcycle on Whittington Street, in Enfield, before his friends bundled him into a car and drove him away
“Little children, if they don’t realize what’s going on, it can be a tragedy.”
The Adelaide Cemeteries Authority has dismissed it as ‘disappointing, inappropriate and unacceptable’.
A South Australian police spokesperson said agents are investigating the footage.
‘Burning out’ is not only reckless, but also dangerous and can have devastating consequences, ” said the spokesman.
‘Drivers can be fined on the spot and also lose their driver’s license or have their vehicle confiscated.’