An Ontario Man Is Facing Charges After Cruising Down The QEW In A Stolen Golf Cart

He was reported to be driving "erratically."
Toronto Staff Writer
Ontario Man With Golf Cart Is Facing Charges After Driving Down The QEW

An Ontario man has been charged after reportedly taking a stolen golf cart for a joyride on the QEW.

According to Halton Regional Police, a 25-year-old Burlington man was arrested at a mall on Sunday after he was discovered driving "erratically." 

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We did receive a call about a golf cart being driven erratically in Burlington on Jan 31 at approx. 11:55 am.  Halton Regional Police Services 

Police state that the cart was reportedly stolen from an Oakville location before the man was caught cruising down the highway and through Burlington. 

"The cart was then observed to be driving on the QEW (Guelph Line to Brant Street) as well as through Burlington," reads a statement sent to Narcity. 

According to CBC, the cart was actually taken from Appleby College.

Once police we able to track down the suspect, he was later charged with theft of a motor vehicle. 

This isn't the first time that someone has used a golf cart irresponsibly. 

Last year, a 23-year-old was arrested near Toronto after they were caught riding the vehicle down the road while drunk. 

*Cover photo used for illustrative purposes only. 

Patrick John Gilson
Toronto Staff Writer
Patrick John Gilson is a Staff Writer for Narcity Canada’s Ontario Desk focused on Ontario gas prices and is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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