Two girls under the age of 10 are caught on camera jumping on their foster carer’s car roof and windshield at a shopping centre while swearing and spitting at security officers
- Footage has surfaced of two young girls jumping on their foster carer’s car
- The video was taken in a packed shopping centre car park as onlookers watched
- One of the girls yells ‘f****t’ at security guards, while stomping on the bonnet
- The onlooker who captured the footage says the display went on for 20 minutes
- Police came and it stopped when they put the young girls in the back of the car
Two young girls have been filmed by shocked onlookers jumping on their foster carer’s car and spitting at security in the middle of a busy shopping centre.
Janine Clelland captured the incident in the Helensvale shopping centre car park in Queensland on Monday afternoon on camera.
The witness told Daily Mail Australia she was stunned to see one of the children standing on the roof of the white sedan, before sliding down the windshield and stomping on the bonnet.
While still on the bonnet, the girl – who is believed to be under the age of 10 – yelled ‘f****t’ at security guards before jumping off the vehicle and running out of shot.
The second young girl can be seen in footage dancing on top of the car as a nearby man mocks her.
During the 20 minute ordeal, Ms Clelland said security guards and several shoppers from Westfield Helensvale Shopping Centre watched.
Two young girls have been filmed by shocked onlookers jumping on their foster carer’s car and spitting at security in the middle of a busy shopping centre (pictured)
Police were called to the car park and placed the girls back of their carer’s car, before speaking to their guardian
‘Apparently these girls were foster care kids and rebelling against something,’ Ms Clelland said.
‘We didn’t see it start, we just saw these girls jumping on the roof and bonnet of the carer’s car. They were swearing and spitting at security and other people in the car park.’
Police were called to the car park and placed the girls back of their carer’s car, before speaking to their guardian, Ms Clelland said.
A police spokeswoman said they were aware of the incident but no complaint had been made.
The bizarre tantrum broke out in the busy car park of the Westfield Shopping Centre in Helensvale in Queensland (pictured)