A 23-year-old has been charged after she allegedly did a burnout in an illegally modified car with a ten-month-old baby in the back seat.
Just before 11pm on Friday police were patrolling near a doughnut shop on Orange Grove Road in Liverpool, when they allegedly saw a Holden Calais doing a burnout in the car park.
Police allege they checked the vehicle after speaking to the woman and noticing a baby in the back seat.
The car had allegedly been illegally modified and the six-cylinder engine had been replaced with a V8 engine and only part of an exhaust system had been fitted.
She also held her green Ps but no plates were displayed on the car.
She was given a $561 fine for driving a prohibited vehicle, $263 for not displaying P plates and $112 for not having her licence with her, which was suspended.
The 23-year-old was also issued with a notice to appear at Liverpool Local Court on July 17 for the alleged aggravated burn out.
The car was issued with a major grounded vehicle defect and a risk report was submitted to Family and Community Services.