Shocking moment in which a runaway child walks inside a truck driving along a busy highway

The video was filmed on the Kwinana Expressway in Cockburn, south of Perth, by a motorist with a dashcam camera behind the truck.

Shocking moment in which a runaway child walks inside a truck driving along a busy highway

  • The video was filmed by a dashcam on the Kwinana Highway south of Perth
  • In the video you can see a small child moving freely in the back of the silver truck
  • Children in Western Australia need to be in a booster seat until they are seven years old

Claudia Poposki for Daily Mail Australia

A small child has been captured on video wandering in the backseat of a van with no restrictions.

The video was filmed on the Kwinana Expressway in Cockburn, south of Perth, by a motorist with a dashcam driving behind the truck.

In the video filmed on Friday afternoon, a small child moved freely in the back of the silver truck.

The video was filmed on the Kwinana Expressway in Cockburn, south of Perth, by a motorist with a dashcam camera behind the truck.

The video was filmed on the Kwinana Expressway in Cockburn, south of Perth, by a motorist with a dashcam camera behind the truck.

The speed limit on that stretch of the highway is 100 km / h.

Children in Western Australia must be tied to a booster seat until they are seven years old.

A little over a hundred kilometers away, a 61-year-old man was arrested for driving with an unbridled child in his lap on the Forrest Highway.

The man was fined $ 550 and given four demerit points.

The Yarloop police tweeted that they were still investigating.

It is unclear whether the Kwinana Expressway in Cockburn has faced sanctions.

Children in Western Australia must be tied to a booster seat until they are seven years old

Children in Western Australia must be tied to a booster seat until they are seven years old

Children in Western Australia must be tied to a booster seat until they are seven years old

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