Two motorcyclists are caught in the film making burns on the back of a moving truck

In a video filmed in Kalgoorlie, WA, just before 4 am on Sunday, two people with helmets were filmed speeding their engines while tied to the back of a white truck.

Two motorcyclists are caught making burns on the back of a moving truck in the Outback, sending thick plumes of smoke into the air while stunned witnesses watch

  • The vision of two people on motorcycles making burns in motion ute has gone viral
  • Since motorcycles are not on the way, an offense of & # 39; hooning & # 39; can not be charged
  • The police are currently looking for two motorcyclists and vehicle drivers using CCTV

Wade Sellers for Daily Mail Australia

Two motorcyclists were caught making burns on the back of a moving truck, sending plumes of smoke into the air.

In a video taken just before 4 am on Sunday, two people wearing helmets were filmed speeding up their engines while they were tied to the back of a white truck.

A thick cloud of smoke filled the air as the vehicle crossed an intersection in Kalgoorlie, in Western Australia, in front of astonished spectators on the trail.

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In a video filmed in Kalgoorlie, WA, just before 4 am on Sunday, two people with helmets were filmed speeding their engines while tied to the back of a white truck.

In a video filmed in Kalgoorlie, WA, just before 4 am on Sunday, two people with helmets were filmed speeding their engines while tied to the back of a white truck.

Published on Facebook on Sunday morning, it accumulated more than 300,000 views and 4,300 actions, only 12 hours later.

The police are now investigating the incident.

"It's a busy intersection, local bars and hotels are still open and people are in the area, then you have idiots in the back of the services doing burns," Sergeant Neil Gordon from Kalgoorlie station told Perth Now.

But, because the motorcyclists did not perform the road burns, therefore, it is a debatable "hooning" offense, said Sgt. Gordon.

The witnesses captured in the video are urged to contact the police.

Published on Facebook on Sunday morning, it accumulated more than 300,000 visits and 4,300 actions, only 12 hours later

Published on Facebook on Sunday morning, it accumulated more than 300,000 visits and 4,300 actions, only 12 hours later

Published on Facebook on Sunday morning, it accumulated more than 300,000 visits and 4,300 actions, only 12 hours later

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