Schoolgirls are investigated by the police after filming themselves at McDonald’s drive-thru for TikTok
‘Idiote’ 13-year-old girls in the middle of a TikTok scandal are under police investigation after filming themselves in a McDonald’s drive-thru
- Three school girls made a TikTok video in which a thirteen year old rides
- They filmed themselves behind the wheel and ordered from a McDonald’s Drive-Thru
- The teenagers are in uniform from the prestigious St Catherine’s School in Melbourne
- Victoria Police said it is “alarming” to see underage drivers without seat belts
Three private schoolgirls who filmed themselves on a McDonald’s drive-in and shared it with TikTok are being investigated by the police for their ‘idiotic’ behavior.
The clip showed students from the prestigious St Catherine’s School in Melbourne who looked through what looked like the Prahran fast food restaurant, in the southeast of the city.
Victoria Police said the school had reported the video, which was uploaded to one of the girls’ social media accounts before it was deleted.
“It’s alarming to see underage drivers behind the wheel of the car and not to wear seat belts,” Victoria Police said.
“This behavior is stupid and will not be taken lightly.”
The police will be in contact with the girls, their families and school. They say that young people are three times more likely to be killed in a collision.
Emojis were used in the video in an attempt to cover St. Catherine’s emblem on two of the girls, but it was visible as they walked around.
St Catherine’s is an independent Christian day and boarding school for girls that describes itself as “committed to nurturing and empowering independent and globally responsive young women.”
The school charges more than $ 33,000 for students to attend year 7.
The TikTok clip made the schoolgirls giggle in the front seat of a car as they walked through the drive thru without seat belts.
A thirteen-year-old drove her friends through a McDonald’s drive-in in Prahan (photo), Melbourne for a TikTok video
The driver without a license would, according to the Herald Sun..
The teenager behind the wheel said to her friends: “Guys, I know how to drive. I don’t even press the pedal because I don’t have to. ”
Her friends then repeatedly shouted that she had to brake, to which she replied: “I don’t have to brake yet.”
St Catherine said they were aware of the video and issued a statement from Deputy Director Robert Marshall.
‘The school is aware of an isolated incident outside of school hours in which three students were involved. This incident took place under the supervision of a family guardian, “said Mr. Marshall.
“Because this remains a private issue for the families involved, the school will not comment further at this time.”
The three St Catherine’s students filmed in McDonald’s Prahran in the southeast of Melbourne
It is believed that a family member was sitting in the back seat of the car, but they were not shown in the video.
The images then showed a quick argument about who would order before the three girls delivered a popular song on social media.
“Can I get a Big Mac, super serve fries, why are you staring at me, please go get my apple pies,” they said.
They asked for four Big Macs, 20 chicken nuggets, three large chips, a McFlurry and a chocolate milkshake.
The video ended with the drive-thru supervisor who asked, “Was that a medium?”
The traffic laws in Victoria state that a driver must be at least 16 and must pass an apprenticeship license before he is eligible to get behind the wheel.
A student can also only ride in the passenger seat with an adult with a full license.