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AustraliaAlleged hoons arrested after burnout footage posted online

17:25  13 may  2019
17:25  13 may  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Two men have been arrested after footage of cars doing burnouts on the Hume Highway was posted online . Ahmad Chahal and William Hall were arrested (A Current Affair). Assistant Commissioner Michael Corboy condemned the alleged actions of both men. Footage appears to show other hoons

Two men have been arrested after footage of cars doing burnouts on the Hume Highway was posted online.

Ahmad Chahal and William Hall were arrested late on Friday, and their cars were seized by police.

Both men have been charged.

Alleged hoons arrested after burnout footage posted online© A Current Affair Footage posted online shows drivers doing burnouts on the Hume Highway. Alleged hoons arrested after burnout footage posted online© A Current Affair Two people have been charged.

Assistant Commissioner Michael Corboy condemned the alleged actions of both men.

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© A Current Affair Footage posted online shows drivers doing burnouts on the Hume Highway. Three people have been arrested over the alleged importation of 480kg of ice to Australia, with police saying they believe the drugs came from Mexico.

Footage appears to show other hoons blocking off a stretch of the highway, bring other traffic to a standstill in the 110km/hr zone, as two drivers perform burnouts.

The video was shot by Aaron Greer of West End Media.

Alleged hoons arrested after burnout footage posted online© A Current Affair Ahmad Chahal has been arrested. Alleged hoons arrested after burnout footage posted online© A Current Affair William Hall has also been arrested.

The "burnout day" was also supported by Team K Customs, who posted on social media about it.

Mr Chahal and Mr Hall will face court next month.

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