A four-year-old girl is spotted driving a battery-powered Land Rover with her little brother on a busy road in China.
The siblings were told to pull over at the side of the road as the police arrived at the scene in Zibo city at east China's Shandong province on February 7.
Later, the police escorted the pair home safely.
kab46, Somewhere, United States, 1 day ago
Do they not watch their children at all in China? W the F?
HKer, Hong Kong, China, 1 day ago
The same in the US where now and then toddlers are shooting each other when they are not watched by their parents. W the F.
Templarette, Australia, 1 day ago
That's hilarious! Best story in a long time!
HKUSA, New York, United States, 1 day ago
This could have been so much worse. Still it is a bit endearing that she minded her brother and obeyed traffic signals.
kiwigirl, cambridge, New Zealand, 1 day ago
Many other countries this would have been a high speed pursuit ending in tragedy.
Romeo16, Miami, United States, 1 day ago
Probably driving home from a hard day of work at the factory. Might have even stopped for a beer or two, but they weren't speeding and stopped for red lights, so what''s the problem?
Shortie, Somewhere, United Kingdom, 1 day ago
Would the parents get charged or they don't care?
Jennie Kim, New York, United States, 1 day ago
China is so much more advanced than the UK and this proves it. Five year old Chinese children are able to read, write and even drive while British kids can barely say their own name. Pathetic.
Niko, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1 day ago
This could have gone so wrong if it wasn't for the cop.
Rugratzz, I guess the summer is over, Denmark, 1 day ago
I agree with that but thankfully it was fine. RR