A five-year-old child stole a parent’s car and went to buy a LamborghiniMay 5, 2020
Moreover, he had three dollars in his pocket
U.S. Utah police stopped a five-year-old child who stole a parent’s car and headed to California to buy a Lamborghini. The boy planned to spend three dollars on this purchase.
The child had a fight with his mother because she refused to buy him a car, so I decided to do it myself. He stole the keys to a family-owned SUV and went to California to buy a new Lamborghini supercar. With him, he took three dollars.
The boy was spotted by the police before he crossed the state border. At first they thought that a person with disabilities was sitting behind the wheel – a car was moving along the highway at a speed of about 50 kilometers per hour, which was suspiciously slow for the highway.
When the police stopped the car, they were extremely surprised to see the driver – the boy was sitting on the very edge of the driver’s seat to reach the pedals. Police officers helped the child park the car and contacted his parents.
Last summer in the United States, another child was able to steal a parent’s car twice a week. The first time an eight-year-old car thief accelerated to 140 kilometers per hour on the highway, and the second time he scored 180 kilometers per hour.
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