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Police deal with the Huns after a shocking video appeared from the Myaree parking lot

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Perth’s auto clubs can expect to be given more scrutiny, the WA chief has warned, after alarming videos showing drivers burning out in the Myaree car park.

Locals are outraged that a section of Leach Highway is being turned into a donut pit by motorists almost every week.

The Congregation gathers at the Myaree car park at 6pm on most Mondays to volunteer, close to homes and businesses.

Drivers brag about their dangerous behavior and broadcast their exploits online.

Camera iconLich Highway Huns. Credit: 7NEWS

Videos of some of the latest Huns’ antics appeared on Monday.

On Tuesday, State Traffic Commander Mike Bell said as many as four cars had been identified on the record, and police were looking for cars and drivers.

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“If evidence is found and available, they will be charged with reckless driving and their vehicle will be confiscated,” he said.

“The practice of such car clubs that do such behavior is completely unacceptable.”

Lich Highway Huns.
Camera iconLich Highway Huns. Credit: 7NEWS
Lich Highway Huns.
Camera iconLich Highway Huns. Credit: 7NEWS

Commander Bell said that his traffic police officers will soon “raise bets” on car clubs engaged in such activities.

“Auto clubs are quite common, and traffic police officers regularly go to their meetings,” he said.

“But as a result of what we’ve seen … I want to raise the stakes in this and use other opportunities available to us, so even if we’re not there, we’ll be there.”

https://www.perthnow.com.au/news/wa/police-to-crack-down-on-hoons-after-shock-video-emerges-from-myaree-car-park-c-6832774

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