Horrifying moment hoon loses control of his 1974 Holden Torana while 'doing a burnout' on the way to a Year 12 formal and skids into a packed cafe - shattering a diner's leg
A hoon taking two teens to their Year 12 formal in a 1974 Holden Torana has been charged after losing control of the car while doing burnouts and skidding into a cafe.
1974年，霍尔登·托拉纳(Holden Torana)驾驶一辆霍尔登·托拉纳(Holden Torana)带着两个十几岁的孩子去参加12年级的正式舞会，一名司机在烧毁汽车并滑进咖啡馆时失去了对汽车的控制，因此被。
The driver, 44, was showing off the rare car to the graduated students by performing burnouts about 4.50pm on Wednesday at Moffat Beach on Queensland's Sunshine Coast.
Shocking footageallegedly shows the man doing burnouts on the busy strip before skidding out of control and ploughing into Moffat Beach Brewing Co cafe.
Luckily, metal bollards installed by the council outside the cafe bore the brunt of the crash and flipped the car on its side.
A 52-year-old diner who was caught up in the carnage suffered a broken leg while his wife was left 'extremely shaken'.
Both were taken to Sunshine Coast University Hospital where they remain in a stable condition.
Police have since seized the man's vehicle and charged him withone count of dangerous operation of a vehicle.
He isdue to appear in Caloundra Magistrates Court on December 9.
The cafe's owner, Matt Wilson, said the driver was lucky to not have killed anyone as there were at least 20 to 30 diners in the outdoor area.
'It was kind of like a bomb went off — everyone was scattered, there was broken glass everywhere and everyone was panicking because of the two people on the ground, but everyone was in disarray — they were everywhere,' he told ABC.
He said it was lucky the bollards were able to take most of the impact.
'Those two things managed to — instead of letting the car come into the restaurant — up-end the car and flip it onto its side.
'That was the biggest saving grace — I think at the speed that it was coming, the car could have very well ended up further into the cafe and into the brewery, which would have been a lot worse for the people in there.'