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11 Year Old Goes All Grand Theft Auto On Parents’ Car After Playing The Game

An 11-year-old driver was pulled over by the Ontario Provincial Police after the boy who had been playing Grand Theft Auto and decided to borrow his parents’ car to see what real driving was like on Saturday night.

The Star reported that OPP units received a call about an erratic driver on Saturday. The car was going north on Hwy. 400 near Major Mackenzie Dr., and was described as swerving between lanes and driving at half the speed limit.

“It could have been a fatality,” said OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt in a Periscope video Sunday afternoon.

The car got off the highway at King Rd., but then turned around and went south on Hwy. 400 again, this time driving “well over the speed limit,” going about 120 km/hr, said Schmidt.

More units got involved and eventually stopped the car, and discovered that the driver was 11 years old.

“GTA is not the way to learn how to drive,” said Schmidt in the video.

“Even if you think you’re a good driver by playing GTA, it’s not a good idea,” he said, concluding that 11-year-old drivers are not welcome on the highway. Well I guess it's time for the creators of the game 'Grand Theft Auto' to add the ''Don't try this with your parents' car!" warning to its players.


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    1. * to be flogged.lol children of nowadays want to practise everything they see

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