Dumb as a box of hammers: Hoons are doing burnouts at Bunnings in latest online video craze named ‘snag and skid’
- Drivers have filmed themselves in Malaga and Brendale in Western Australia
- The videos show them performing burnouts in the customer pick-up section
- It is part of a new craze ‘snag and skid’ and enthusiasts encourage the activity
Car-nuts have filmed themselves doing burnouts at two Bunnings stores in the latest online craze named ‘snag and skid.’
Drivers have filmed themselves in Malaga and Brendale in Western Australia performing burnouts inside Bunnings stores and in the car park.
Several videos have been uploaded to the Australian Olympic Burnout Team Facebook page which is dedicated to rev-heads filming and discussing burnouts.
Drivers have filmed themselves in Malaga and Brendale in Western Australia performing burnouts inside Bunnings stores and in the car park
One video titled ‘Quick snag and a skid at Bunnings’ showed two men reverse into the customer pick-up section of the store.
The driver then performed a burnout and filled the warehouse with white smoke.
As the passenger yelled in excitement, a Bunnings employee approached the car but they speed off before they are caught.
Another video titled ‘Bunnings skid round two’ also showed a driver performing a burnout inside customer pick-up.
The driver than skidded out of the warehouse and continued to perform burnouts and doughnuts in the car park before they drove off.
Both videos have been viewed by over 14,000 people and commenters encouraged drivers to continue the Bunnings burnout craze
Both videos have been viewed by over 14,000 people and commenters encouraged drivers to continue the Bunnings burnout craze.
‘I wanna see them start at the entrance and go all the way through while a mate loads up some timber,’ one commenter wrote.
Another person wrote: ‘I have felt like doing this many times.’
‘Solid burnout. Ignore all the muppets. You deserve a cold one,’ another supporter said.
One person joked: ‘Can anyone beat it by 10 per cent?’
Bunnings General Manager Operations, Ryan Baker, said he was ‘very disappointed with this irresponsible behaviour.’
‘We have worked with the WA Police in regards to the Malaga incident and believe that someone is now assisting with their investigations,’ Mr Baker said.
‘Bunnings takes the safety of its team and customers very seriously and will continue to actively work with the relevant authorities to stop this, as this is behaviour we do not tolerate.’