A dangerous moment is caught by a woman driving through a busy traffic with an unrestrained TODDLER on her lap
- Woman was caught driving in Auckland with an unrestrained toddler on her lap
- Many beating women on social media for dangerous driving through traffic
- Police said they were aware of the incident and checked with the car owner
Shocking footage has come of a woman driving while she takes care of an unrestrained toddler on her lap.
The woman was caught with her baby behind the wheel at a busy intersection in Auckland, New Zealand.
The man filmed abuse to the driver, but she responded by raising her rough finger as she drove away with the child still on her lap.
& # 39; Hey what are you doing? & # 39; shouted the man who filmed.
& # 39; I'm bringing this to the police, & # 39; he said.
The video was shared on social media, with many slamming the woman because she was endangering her baby.
& # 39; I hope they called the police. This is shocking! & # 39; people responded on Facebook.
& # 39; OMG what the hell did she think? I would have followed her and called the police to her, & another man wrote.
& # 39; Can only pray that the police caught up with her, & # 39; someone commented.
Michael Rickards, police officer acting inspector for the Waitematā police district, said they were aware of the video and inquired with the registered owner of the car.
The woman was caught with her baby behind the wheel and drove through a busy intersection in Auckland, New Zealand (photo)
& # 39; Unfortunately, this video is an excellent example of poor decision-making behind the wheel & # 39 ;, inspector Rickards said New Zealand Herald.
& # 39; Almost a third of people who die on New Zealand roads do not wear a seat belt. It is a very simple message – limitations save lives.
& # 39; Being held securely is important for all occupants of a vehicle, including children. Even at a low speed it can cause a lot of damage to an unbridled child. & # 39;
All children under the age of seven must be restrained while traveling in New Zealand's cars.
Drivers who violate these rules will receive a fine of NZ $ 150.
The driver was confronted with another man who filmed the incident while she raised her rough finger and drove away with the baby still on her lap
. (TagsToTranslate) Dailymail (t) news (t) new zealand