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Father fined after three-year-old crashes his car

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Father fined after three-year-old crashes his car
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13:49 CET+01:00
A father in eastern Sweden has been told to cough up 8,000 kronor after his three-year-old son managed to hijack his car and drive directly into a bus shelter.
The father was told to pay 8,000 kronor ($1,066) for putting other people's lives at danger, reported Sveriges Radio. 
 
In September, the man's three-year-old boy managed to turn the ignition key when he was left unattended in the car.
 
The boy then piloted the vehicle into a bus shelter, where two individuals were waiting for the bus.
 
Nobody was hurt in the incident.
 
 
 
 
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