Wild moment Ford and Lamborghini car hoons perform burnouts in a residential street to celebrate a wedding: ‘It’s our tradition’
- Wedding celebrations get underway with a procession of cars doing burnouts
- Fords and Lamborghinis emitted plumes of smoke and left a trail of skid marks
- Police were called to the Bass Hill street but no further action has been taken
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Wild wedding celebrations got off to a fiery start as guests declared a groom’s burning love to his bride-to-be by doing burnouts.
Hoons revved up a Bass Hill street in Sydney’s south-west in their flashy cars on Saturday to celebrate the nuptials, leaving behind a trail of skid marks.
Plumes of smoke billowed into the sky and could be seen from several kilometres away attracting the attention of TV news camera helicopters.
Footage shows a large gathering of family, wedding guests and neighbours in the street to watch the procession of Fords, Lamborghinis and a Toyota Hilux smoke up their tyres on the residential street.
One neighbour described the sound from one of the cars performing burn outs as similar to ‘gun shots’.
Wedding guests and neighbours gathered in a Bass Hill street as a procession of cars performed burnouts to kick start wedding celebrations
‘That was the one we were like ‘Woah!’ the woman told Nine News.
‘It’s a boy thing. Cars revving up and then you hear the noise, bang bang!’
Guests filmed the celebrations as the wedding car waited in the driveway.
The street party came to abrupt end when police arrived to investigate the mayhem.
But neighbours didn’t appear to be fazed by the chaos, despite one driver reportedly almost veering out of control.
‘Typical wedding,’ one man said.
‘There was a guy that almost lost it but it was fine.’
Another man added: ‘It’s tradition.’
A large crowd of wedding guests turned up for the wild celebrations in a Bass Hill street
Smoke can be seen billowing from the tyres of a vehicle on the Bass Hill street
A NSW Police spokeswoman confirmed to Daily Mail Australia officers attended but no further action taken has been taken.
Hoons caught performing burnouts can be fined up to $3,000.
It’s not the first time wedding celebrations have gotten out of hand in Western Sydney.
Three guests were charged with ‘significant burnout offences’ after celebrating a newlywed’s nuptials in Auburn in April 2021.
Two years earlier in western Sydney, celebrations turned horribly wrong when a Maserati driver lost control and crashed into the back of the wedding car while performing burn outs.
Disgraced former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer sparked national outrage when he caused chaos in Lidcombe in 2015 when he illegally closed an entire street as part of his lavish nuptials to then-bride-to-be Aysha.
The marriage later ended while Mehajer is currently behind bars for perverting the course of justice.
Celebrations ended a short time later when police (pictured) arrived to investigate the commotion. No further action has been taken