UK: Teen Taken Out For Driving Session To Get Rid Of His Obsession With PlayStation

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Blackpool Police have reportedly said that an 11-year-old boy they caught behind the wheel of a car was being given a driving session to stop him playing GTA.

Written By Sounak Mitra | Mumbai | Updated On:

Police in Blackpool, UK reportedly said that an 11-year-old boy was apprehended behind the wheel of a car after he was taken out for a driving training in an attempt to get rid off playing Grand Theft Auto. Police told British media that a family member of the boy decided to take him out to give him driving lesson as he was 'fed up' with his obsession for the game. 

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Netizens reacted to the post

As per the media reports, the adult was reported for violating the traffic norms after officers spotted the vehicle in a car park in Blackpool on March 1. The news came to light when Lancashire Road Police shared the picture of the incident on its Twitter account with a picture of a car and a 'Busted' graphic from the game. Netizens were shocked when they came across the incident. Some people commented that the story was so 'staggering' that the Lancashire Road Police must have been making it up. Let us take a look at how netizens reacted to the post. 

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