The police charges more than 200 people for crackdown on burnout stunts and dangerous driving in NSW

Gender reveals, colored smoke and exploding tires: the police charges more than 200 people for crackdown on burnout stunts and dangerous driving

  • Gender revealing stunts have caught the attention of the police due to risk
  • Car enthusiasts have shared their baby's sex with a colorful burnout
  • The police have indicted several people for promoting dangerous stunts

Drivers who carry out burn-outs at weddings and gender revelations are charged by 260 people as part of an operation focused on risky behavior behind the wheel.

Many expectant couples have opted for the unique way to reveal the sex of their unborn babies by burning out – but the New South Wales police were less than impressed.

Several drivers and those who have filmed or promoted the driving stunts have been accused of various offenses.

Drivers who perform burnouts at weddings and gender revelations are among 260 people who are charged as part of an operation focused on risky behavior behind the wheel

Drivers who perform burnouts at weddings and gender revelations are among 260 people who are charged as part of an operation focused on risky behavior behind the wheel

Bluesmoke

Bluesmoke

The gender revelation party of a couple focused on the tires of these cars, which were rigged to spray blue smoke

An incident saw an apprentice driver reportedly carrying out a burnout at a Holden Commodore equipped with tires made with a connection that emits colored smoke in Erskine Park, western Sydney, in September 2018.

The 24-year-old added the stunt with & # 39; donuts & # 39; and & # 39; fishtails & # 39; before one of the tires exploded.

He was charged with exacerbating burnout and other offenses, and the vehicle was grounded and his driver's license was suspended.

An 18-year-old Sylvania man was also charged and his driver's license was suspended and the license plates were confiscated for three months after he had burned out in May at a group of people at Prospect.

Other accusations have also been imposed by the strike force including the driving of liquor and drugs, the possession of stolen goods and drug offenses.

In total, more than 400 charges have been filed against 260 people.

Assistant commissioner Michael Corboy said that Puma had been actively involved with a number of car clubs to encourage changes in driving behavior and attitude.

One celebration quickly calmed down after the rear tires went up in flames (photo)

One celebration quickly calmed down after the rear tires went up in flames (photo)

One celebration quickly calmed down after the rear tires went up in flames (photo)

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