The driver of a car filmed doing a loud and colourful burnout as part of a gender reveal in Logan last month has been charged over the stunt.
In dash-cam footage obtained by Queensland Police, the red Holden Commodore VP could be seen doing a burnout on Burrinjuck Street in Marsden on September 11.
The vehicle then skidded around onto Timberlee Drive where blue fumes were seen coming from the exhaust.
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Police said the stunt “created excessive noise and blue smoke which obstructed the visibility of other motorists on the public roadway”.
Following a public appeal for information, officers this week charged a 29-year-old man from Loganlea with dangerous operation of a vehicle and fail to comply with notice (failed to nominate driver) under the provisions of the PPRA.
He is expected to appear in the Beenleigh Magistrates Court on December 1.