Gender disclosure burnout: Queensland police search for blue smoke hoons

“Oh look, it’s a boy!” Police Hunt Gender Revealing Hoons Who Celebrated Baby Boy Birth in VERY bogan way

  • Queensland Police have released footage of an unusual gender reveal in Logan
  • A Holden Commodore driver burned out to blow blue smoke into the sky
  • The police have launched an investigation into the dangerous operation of the car
  • Anyone with information on the driver’s identity is urged to come forward










A police manhunt is underway for a gender-revealing taunt who was spotted performing burnout on a suburban street, throwing clouds of blue exhaust smoke into the sky.

Queensland Police have released footage of a red Holden Commodore circling around 11:25am on Saturday in Logan, south of Brisbane, as part of a gender reveal party.

The unusual take on the tradition — where expectant parents usually pop balloons to be showered with pink or blue confetti — was performed on multiple streets of Marsden in front of a crowd of delighted onlookers.

A gender-revealing sneer is hounded by police for dangerous driving after performing burnouts on a Logan Street to send blue smoke into the sky (pictured)

“The vehicle ‘burned out’ on Burrinjuck Street and then Timberlee Drive,” a statement from Queensland Police said.

‘[This] caused a lot of noise and blue smoke that obstructed the view of other motorists on the public road.’

Police said a group of people gathered nearby to take photos and videos.

The officers have launched an investigation into the dangerous operation of the vehicle and are calling on anyone with information about the driver’s identity to come forward.

Footage of the incident has gone viral, garnering more than 1,400 comments since it was shared on the Queensland Police Facebook page on Wednesday, with many amused by the brutal stunt.

“Gives new meaning to ‘boys in blue’,” one person joked.

“I don’t think the driver will be theirs to see the birth!” added another.

‘Give the driver a job as a driving instructor on a track. Poor choice of venue for a unveiling but brilliantly executed,” said a third.

It’s not the first time parents-to-be have gone viral after opting for an unconventional gender reveal ceremony.

In May, a western Sydney couple asked a Turkish restaurant to write the gender of their baby on a board hidden under a mountain of kebab meat and chips to reveal the gender to their loved ones.

Police are calling on anyone with information about the incident or the driver’s identity to come forward

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