Teenagers will be teenagers. It’s the circle of life. But when that circle of life included a viral video of three British teens driving onto a racetrack, police were quick to snap their fingers with a big ol’ HELL NO.
Uptight little coppers, right? Oh, we forgot to mention that it was whilst an actually high-speed car race was going on.
Well, that changes things a bit. Check out the video evidence for yourself.
The viral video that ousted the teens shows a young man, “Jack”, driving onto England’s famous Brands Hatch circuit against the female passenger’s wishes, while another male records the whole incident on his phone. The young woman can be heard throughout the whole video pleading with the driver, “Jack please, I’m begging you, I’m serious, don’t go, stop it, come on.”
Officers in Tonbridge arrested the 21-year-old male on suspicion of false imprisonment, aka, for trapping a passenger inside the car while turning it into a death trap on a high-speed racetrack.
Our guess is that becoming a viral sensation wasn’t worth the arrest. But that’s just a guess.