A Burrumbeet man says he’s fed up with hoon behaviour after a car “ripped up” a public reserve near his home before crashing into a tree stump last weekend.
Andrew Stevens said he was out walking his dog on Saturday evening when a four-wheel-drive ute began doing “burnouts” on a patch of grass near the cricket practice nets on Cassidy’s Road.
Mr Stevens said the vehicle sped off and flipped after it hit a tree stump. He said the driver of the vehicle appeared to be not hurt, but called “two carloads” of friends, who towed the vehicle away.
Mr Stevens said the police attended and took the details of the people involved.
“For us, it’s a communal thing, we all take care of it as best we can,” he said.
“It’s just a shame when everyone puts in to take care of the place and you get one guy doing this.”
Police say the driver of the vehicle will be charged on summons.