Talk about chasing your dreams! This five-year-old boy literally chased his dream by driving an SUV, which he actually STOLE from his own parents. The brave yet mischievous little boy set out to purchase a Lamborghini as it is his dream car! The little guy used to spend hours watching videos of Lamborghini online, but he’d never been inside one in real life.
The little boy’s name is Adrian Zamarripa, and he is from Utah. The little guy was racing in his stolen SUV until he was pulled over by the Utah Highway Patrol after he was spotted driving at 32mph in a 70mph zone on the southbound Interstate 15.
One of our Troopers in Weber Co. initiated a traffic stop on what he thought was an impaired driver. Turns out it was this young man, age 5, somehow made his way up onto the freeway in his parents’ car. Made it from 17th and Lincoln in Ogden down to the 25th St off-ramp SB I-15. pic.twitter.com/3aF1g22jRB
— Utah Highway Patrol (@UTHighwayPatrol) May 4, 2020
It was Lieutenant Nick Street who approached the young man. The little guy admitted that he wanted to buy a Lamborghini after he drove to California with his parents’ car by paying only $3. Due to pandemic and the streets being closed, Adrian was returned back home. When he did reach home, he was grounded big time for his mischievous actions.
The news spread throughout Utah, which was when a local businessman named Jeremy Neves stepped in to save the day! He wanted to give a little surprise to the little guy.
Neves had a little surprise up his sleeves because he owned a Lamborghini, and was on his way to make Adrian’s dream come true.
He decided to drive his Lamborghini Huracán to Adrian’s home. He picked up the precious five-year-old, and let him and his older sister sit in the front seat while he drove them around the block.
The cute 5-year-old boy got to ride in his dream car. Neves also pointed out that he didn’t want to condone children stealing cars and getting into trouble, but he wanted to cheer up Adrian after his failed endeavor.
Neves offered to let the five-year-old drive the expensive cars himself – though this time his driving was supervised.
Utah Highway Patrol was kind and sensible upon this matter. They decided that no one will be charged or cited for Adrian’s joyride earlier this week.
Image source: FOX 13 News Utah / YouTube
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