Queensland Police arrest two teenagers, seize cars in anti-hoon crackdown

Queensland’s new anti-hoon laws have been put to the test, with a pair of 18-year-old drivers arrested after posting footage of themselves driving dangerously on social media.

A pair of teenage hoons have been arrested in Gympie as Queensland Police continue their hardline stance against dangerous driving in the state.

In a media statement, the Queensland Police Service announced it had arrested two 18-year-olds who allegedly posted footage of themselves engaging in hooning activity on social media.

The first 18-year-old male was charged with two counts of driving an unregistered vehicle, driving uninsured vehicle, driving with a suspended licence and with false plates attached, as well as one count of obstructing police.

He is due to appear in the Gympie Magistrates Court on 21 September 2023.

The second 18-year-old male – allegedly known to the first offender – was charged with three counts each of dangerous operation of

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