5-year-old Boy Was Caught Driving Parent’s Car to Buy Lamborghini in CA

5-year-old Boy was Pulled Over While on His Way to California to Buy a Lambo

UTAH – a 5-year-old young boy was pulled over by Utah police while driving his parent’s car on his way to California to buy Lamborghini.

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An officer of the Highway Patrol in Utah, United States thought the driver of the car was drunk while driving on the freeway because the car was swerving and moving around the line without using a signal light and later braking.

According to the report of CNN, the car was running at a speed of 30 miles per hour (over 48 kilometers per hour) on Interstate 15, said Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Rick Morgan.

“I can see a car, it was weaving badly back and forth between lanes,” Morgan said.

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Morgan added that he immediately turns on his patrol car siren and was surprised to find that the vehicle had stopped immediately. When the car window went down he didn’t know what to think as he was shocked on what he sees.

“When I get to the window and the window came down, I wasn’t quite sure what to think. It was pretty clear when the window came down that he was a young, very underage driver,” Morgan shared.

The driver was just a five-year-old boy and was heading to California to buy a $200,000 Lamborghini, luxury car. His mom doesn’t want to buy him so he buys himself. The unidentified boy showed the contents of his wallet and it was shockingly three dollars.

Morgan immediately called the parents of the child who was at work at that time. According to forecasts the child reached more than three kilometers from their home. According to her parents, the child had no driving experience before the incident.

Fortunately, no one was hurt in the incident, according to Morgan. The local prosecutor will be in charge if the parents will be charge for leaving the child alone with the care of a sibling.

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