Mum's unbelievable excuse after doing burnout with 10-month-old baby in car

A woman arrested for allegedly doing a burnout with her 10-month-old son in the back seat has given an unbelievable excuse for her actions.

The woman, 23, was found allegedly doing burnouts in the carpark of a doughnut shop on Orange Grove Road, Liverpool, in Sydney’s southwest on Friday about 10.50pm.

When police spoke to the woman they found her 10-month-old baby in the back seat.

It’s alleged her car was illegally modified, she wasn’t displaying her P-plates and didn’t have her licence on her.

CCTV shows a Holden Calais doing burnouts in a Liverpool carpark. Police have charged a 23-year-old woman for allegedly doing burnouts in the carpark with a 10-month-old child in the back seat.
A mum has been charged for allegedly doing a burnout with her baby in the back seat in Sydney's southwest. Pictured is a CCTV still. Source: NSW Police

But the mum has offered an explanation to Nine News.

“I just happened to go over a speed hump and put my foot down, I wasn't doing a big burnout, I know I stuffed up,” she told Nine News.

Her partner also offered an apology adding what they did was “stupid”.

A police officer speaks with a woman driving a Holden Calais. The driver, 23, was allegedly doing burnouts in the carpark of a Liverpool donut shop on Friday night with her 10-month-old in the back seat.
The mum's car was found to be illegally modified, police said. Source: NSW Police
Pictured is a baby in the backseat of a Holden Calais. Police allege the driver, the baby's mum, was doing burnouts in a Liverpool carpark on Friday night.
The woman's baby seen in the car's back seat. Source: Nine News

“We could have hurt or even killed somebody, but you know... We are very, very sorry and we want every young person out there to just take care on the road,” he said.

The woman will also appear in court on July 17 for the offence of aggravated burnout.

Police also contacted Family and Community Services about her son.

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