Waikiki man charged with doing a burnout outside Premier’s office

Police confiscated a Waikiki man's car after he allegedly did burnouts outside the Premier's office.
Police confiscated a Waikiki man's car after he allegedly did burnouts outside the Premier's office.

POLICE have charged a 28-year-old Waikiki man after he allegedly did a burnout outside Premier Mark McGowan’s Rockingham office on Sunday.

Police allege the incident occurred on Val Street in Rockingham.

The man’s car was confiscated for three months due to previous offences.

Police charged the man with causing excess noise and smoke in a confiscation zone.