Three hoons who allegedly drove recklessly during a car club cruise dedicated to the memory of Fast and Furious actor Paul Walker have had their cars seized.
Perth’s Unforgotten Car Club organised and promoted a memorial cruise following the death of Walker, who died last month when the powerful Porsche he was a passenger in crashed into a tree in California.
Police issued more than 180 traffic infringements to participants and investigations were launched after video footage of the driving was supplied by the public and media.
WA police said they had seized three cars and impounded them for 28 days.
A 19-year-old man from Bicton has been charged with excess noise/smoke and had his Mitsubishi Mirage impounded.
A Mirrabooka man, 21, Kenwick man, 19, have been charged with reckless driving and had their Holden Commodores impounded.
All three men have been summonsed and will appear in court on a later date.
Inquiries into other vehicles involved in dangerous driving behaviour are continuing.
Members of the public who have information or video footage of such activity are urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
If you want to report a hoon, call the Hoon Hotline 131 444.