Five-year-old Adrian Zamarripa stole recently the keys to his parents ' SUV and set out on a long drive on the highway, because he would buy a Lamborghini. The boy, however, was stopped by the police, without either he or the others came to harm on the otherwise very dangerous trip.
Although the mission of buying a Lamborghini failed for the five-year, history has yet got a happy ending.
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As the 33-year-old Jeremy Neves from Utah heard the story of the adventurous boy, he decided to do something. He owns namely a black Lamborghini Huracán, why he contacted the boy's family to hear, if he wanted a ride in a sports car.
It writes the Washington Post.
- I was shocked that a five-year knew how to get on the highway and made sure to stop for police, says Neves to the media.
He stresses that discipline and a little education is probably reasonable in relation to Adrian.
But let us not focus solely on the negative. He was determined and willing to do anything to pursue his dream. You will not have, that the drømmetænkning stops, says Neves.
the media tells adrian's family, that they have been subjected to massive criticism on social media from people who believe that the family should have been paying more attention and taken better care of, so Adrian had the opportunity to steal the keys to the SUV's.
Adrian Zamarripa was at home cared for by his 16-year-old sister, Sidney Flores, but when she took a nap, so Adrian a chance to take three dollars from the kitty and the keys to his parents ' car, before he drove out on Interstate 15 in the state of Utah.
Here, he drove a longer distance with about 40 km/h before he was stopped by the police.
the Boy sat way out on the sides of the chair so he could reach down to the brake pedal with his foot, told the cop Rick Morgan for CNN in the connection.
The 5. may, the day after adrian's own excursion, drove Jeremy Neves, past her parents ' house in his Lamborghini, after which he spent a couple of hours to run, both Adrian and the other family members around in the fiery Lamborghini.
- It was a great experience for all of us, " says older sister Sidney to the Washington Post.
- It to see the smile on my baby brother's lips were the best part, she says.
At Lamborghini-the owner woke the trip also pleasure.
- It saved my day, says Neves to the Washington Post.
- I get much more out of to share my things with others rather than keep them for myself. If you can get a child to smile, why not do it, he says.
the Family stresses, moreover, that they have hidden the car keys away and have made sure to install extra locks on the doors, so Adrian can't go on similar trips again.
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