Man wrecks brand new Holden SS showing off to his mates

CALLUM Victor Brock had paid $30,000 for his new Holden SS sedan just five days earlier before he wrecked it showing off to his mates.

Brock turned the traction control off and put the car into second gear ready to drift through a roundabout on Dawson Hwy.

He crashed into a no standing sign and a guard rail instead.

Brock was on a restricted licence and was meant to have zero alcohol in his system but blew 0.035%.

He pleaded guilty to drink driving and driving without due car and attention.

He was fined $900 in total and was disqualified from driving for three months in Gladstone Magistrates Court on Monday. 



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