P-plate driver who has a & # 39; big burnout & # 39; did with her baby in the back seat, saying that she is stuffed
& # 39; I know I've stuffed it & # 39 ;: P-plate driver, 23, with her baby, 10 months, a & # 39; big burnout & # 39; in the backseat breaks her silence and offers an INCREDIBLE excuse
- The woman said she happened to cross a speed bend and put her foot down & # 39;
- Her ten-month-old baby was sitting in the back seat when she was reportedly performing the stunt
- Her partner said she & # 39; very sorry & # 39; and & # 39; it was a stupid move & # 39;
A young mother allegedly having a & # 39; big burnout & # 39; with her 10-month-old baby in the back seat, she says & # 39; stuffed & # 39; but offered an extraordinary excuse.
The 23-year-old woman was arrested late on Friday during the Orange Grove Road incident in Liverpool, southwest Sydney.
The P-plater would be in a & # 39; modified & # 39; Holden Calais have been passed by police while passing the area.
& # 39; I happened to take a speed buoy and put my foot down, I didn't do a big burnout, I know I pumped it up, & # 39; she said Nine news.
A young mother allegedly having a & # 39; big burnout & # 39; has performed (pictured) with her 10 month old baby in the back seat, saying she & # 39; stuffed & # 39; is
Her partner said they were sorry and & # 39; it was a stupid move & # 39 ;.
& # 39; We could have injured or even killed someone. But you know … We are very sorry and we want every young person out there to just go out, & he said.
& # 39; It's just not worth it. & # 39;
The couple asked that identities be withheld.
The 23-year-old woman has been charged with alleged burnout near a donut store on Orange Grove Road in Liverpool, about 27 km from the CBD of Sydney.
Pictured: the woman's 10-month-old baby in the back seat of the car
The car would have been illegally modified – with the six-cylinder engine replaced by a V8 engine and only part of an exhaust system was installed.
She also held her green PS, but no plates were shown on the car, the police claim.
The woman was fined $ 561 for driving a prohibited vehicle, $ 263 for not showing P-plates and $ 112 for not having her license with her, which was suspended.
The 23-year-old also received a notice to appear on July 17 at the Liverpool court due to the alleged aggravated burnout.
The car got a major defect on a grounded vehicle and a risk report was submitted to Family and Community Services.
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