The boy's father caught on driving on car roof claims that it is because he is autistic and difficult to master & # 39;
Father of four-year-old boy caught driving on the roof of his mother's Holden Captiva with 80 km / h claiming he was only there & # 39; because he is autistic and difficult to control & # 39;
- Man of a woman who is charged with dangerous driving has broken his silence
- The woman drove around Perth with a son who clung to the roof of the car
- Her husband says that the little boy is autistic and that he is sometimes difficult to control
Nic White for Daily Mail Australia
The husband of a woman who reportedly drove around for 15 minutes with their four-year-old son clinging to the roof of the car, has broken his silence.
The man says that the little boy is autistic, does not speak and that he is sometimes difficult to control, reported Perth Now.
He also says that his wife is devastated by what unfolds and is brought to tears every time she views videos of the alleged incident.
The 36-year-old woman from the suburb Camillo in Perth was charged with dangerous driving on Monday.
A 36-year-old Perth woman was charged with dangerous driving on Monday and will appear in court at a later date
She received a summons to appear in court at a later time after she had been investigated by the police.
Her husband claims she was unaware that the boy was not in the vehicle at the time and that the couple believed that he was climbing on the roof racks of the vehicle through an open car window.
He also wondered why drivers had captured images instead of warning his wife.
Terrifying video of a woman driving around while worried motorists tried to drop her on Friday afternoon, shocked the country.
Witnesses said they had been seen driving through several Perth suburbs and on the Tonkin Highway at speeds of about 80 km / h.
The woman eventually reacted to flashing lights and squeaking horns and pulled over. Other drivers called police around 17.45 hours.
The husband of the woman who is charged with dangerous driving says that their four-year-old son is autistic, does not speak and can occasionally be difficult to control
Witnesses claimed that when the woman got out of the car, she was obviously unaware that her son was on the roof.
She grabbed him and put him in the car before he drove away, but spectators claim that the child who was holding on to the roof racks was not upset.
The police later tracked the car at a petrol station on Nicholson Road in Harrisdale and spoke to her.
Officers allegedly found the four-year-old unrestrained in the back seat, along with two other young children who were tied up in car seats.
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