In a story that is sure to shock Melbourne residents, a 2-year-old baby was caught driving on the Westgate freeway at 2.00 am in the inner west of the city. The baby, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is believed to have climbed into his parent’s car and started driving after they had gone to bed.
The baby was spotted by a passing motorist who alerted the police. When officers arrived on the scene, they found the baby behind the wheel of the car and stopped him. It is believed that the baby had been driving for around two kilometers before he was caught.
Thankfully, no one was injured in the incident and the baby was taken into custody by child welfare services. It is not yet known how he managed to get hold of the car keys or why he decided to drive on the freeway. An investigation is ongoing.
This story highlights the importance of teaching your children about road safety from a young age. It is also a reminder to all parents to ensure that their car keys are out of reach of small children.
The story of the 2-year-old baby caught driving on the Westgate freeway is a shocking one. It serves as a reminder to all parents to take steps to prevent their children from getting access to their car keys. It also highlights the importance of teaching children about road safety from an early age.