Logan hoon charged with more than 30 offences is caught in broad daylight in his BRIGHT YELLOW car


Gee, how did they find him? Chaotic moment ‘hoon’ who drives a FLUORO YELLOW Holden is confronted by police outside an auto shop

  • The man was approached in the yellow sedan at Browns Plains on August 30
  • He allegedly tried to flee before police took him into custody after a chase
  • The 22-year-old from Nundah was later charged with more than 30 offences
  • Police alleged the man was involved in hooning activity at Logan and Rocklea 










The fine art of disguise appears to have been lost on the driver of a fluoro yellow Holden Commodore, who was arrested in broad daylight and charged with more than 30 hooning offences. 

Vision released by Queensland Police showed officers approaching the man in the carpark of a business park complex at Grand Plaza Drive, Browns Plains, south of Brisbane at 3pm on August 30.

The motoring aficionado was seen sitting in a bright yellow Ford sedan outside a Supercheap Auto shop, the duco above the back wheel hubs stained black from tyre burnout.

A used tyre could be seen stacked in the back seat space. 

The 22-year-old man was seen sitting in a bright yellow Ford sedan outside a Supercheap Auto shop, the duco above the back wheel hubs stained black from tyre burnout

The 22-year-old man was seen sitting in a bright yellow Ford sedan outside a Supercheap Auto shop, the duco above the back wheel hubs stained black from tyre burnout

As police approached the sedan, a 22-year-old Nundah man allegedly ran from the scene

As police approached the sedan, a 22-year-old Nundah man allegedly ran from the scene

As police approached the sedan, a 22-year-old Nundah man allegedly ran from the scene. 

He was then taken into custody after a short foot chase. 

Police charged the man with driving without a licence, driving an uninsured vehicle, obstructing police and driving an unregistered vehicle. He was released on bail.

But after further investigations, police searched an address on Kao Street, Marsden, and took the same man back into custody. 

Police alleged the man was involved in recent hooning incidents in Logan and Rocklea. 

He was charged with more than 30 offences, including five counts of dangerous operation of a vehicle, seven counts of driving without a licence and six counts of driving an unregistered vehicle.

He also faces charges related to stealing wheels, driving off without paying for fuel, and two counts of breach of bail.

The man was taken into custody after a short chase on foot and charged with a number of offences

The man was taken into custody after a short chase on foot and charged with a number of offences

Police alleged the man was involved in recent hooning incidents in Logan and Rocklea. He was charged with more than 30 offences, including five counts of dangerous operation of a vehicle

Police alleged the man was involved in recent hooning incidents in Logan and Rocklea. He was charged with more than 30 offences, including five counts of dangerous operation of a vehicle

Queensland Police had already received more than 12,000 hooning reports through Policelink this year

Queensland Police had already received more than 12,000 hooning reports through Policelink this year

The man appeared in Beenleigh Magistrates Court on September 13 where he was remanded in custody and is next due to appear on October 11.

Queensland Police had already received more than 12,000 hooning reports through Policelink this year.

The service recently introduced a simplified online form for members of the community to upload photos and videos of hoon activity.  

In April this year, a gathering of more than 1,000 people at a PImpama industrial estate on the northern Gold Coast saw police pelted with bottles, stones and fireworks during a hoon meeting that attracted about 600 vehicles. 

‘This behaviour is outrageous, clearly dangerous and will not be tolerated on our streets and in our suburbs,’ Gold Coast Acting Chief Superintendent Geoff Sheldon said at the time. 

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