Mourners at a funeral for a teenager who crashed a stolen car and died have been slammed for doing burnouts at the cemetery to the cheers on onlookers.
The 19-year-old had just been buried at an Albury cemetery.
Onlookers can be seen filming the burnouts on their phones while plumes of smoke fill the air.
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Other groups at the cemetery were shocked by the behaviour of the mourners performing the burnouts.
"I was just mortified because my 15 year old son is buried here," Denise Butler said.
Afterwards, skid marks could be seen where the mourners had done the burnouts.