News24 headline Teenager who threw plastic bottle into a river after a night out has been charged with dangerous driving article Police in Australia have charged a teenager with dangerous using a motor vehicle.
The 15-year-old was charged with driving dangerously when he drove his car into a car park on the Gold Coast last month.
The teen was allegedly intoxicated at the time of the incident.
The Gold Coast Bulletin reported that he was allegedly driving his car at an 80km/h speed when he struck a parked car at a carpark on the North Coast.
The boy was allegedly drunk when the incident happened.
Police said they had received multiple calls from concerned members of the public.
The incident is not believed to have been an isolated incident and police have been working with other agencies to identify other people who may have been in the area at the same time.
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