- A highway patrol trooper stopped a five-year-old boy that was driving to California to buy a Lamborghini
- The boy only had $3 (R50) in his wallet and was driving at 50 kph in a 110 kph zone
- When he was stopped, he was on the verge of tears, sitting on the edge of the seat with both feet on the brake pedal
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A 5-year-old boy was pulled over by a highway patrol trooper in Utah, United States, on Monday, he was driving to California to buy himself a Lamborghini.
He was driving at 50 kph in a 110 kph zone and caught the attention of the highway trooper, who initiated a traffic stop, BuzzFeed News reports.
Briefly.co.za notes that when the trooper approached the vehicle, he found a small boy on the verge of tears, sitting on the edge of the seat with both feet on the brake pedal.
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The trooper helped the boy turn off the engine and asked him a series of question. The boy told him he was 5 years old and that he had left home to drive to California because he wanted to buy a Lamborghini.
Utah Highway Patrol tweeted: "He might have been short on the purchase amount, as he only had $3 dollars in his wallet."
Lieutenant Nick Street said: "He was determined to go get a Lamborghini with the money he had in his wallet. Apparently, he didn't realise you can get one in Utah."
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Meanwhile, a homeless man has proven that real wealth comes from within.
The man was treated to groceries by well-known Good Samaritan, BI Phakathi, and decided to buy for his homeless friend too. A video of the incident was shared by BI on his Facebook page.
According to the footage, the homeless man's name is Michael. He grew up in the streets after he was given up by his mother who couldn't afford to raise him. His story touched Phakathi who offered to buy him food.
The pair went shopping and the man bought groceries for himself and two other homeless friends. His act of kindness impressed social media users.
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