(CNN) A 5-year-old boy with $3 in his pocket was pulled over by Utah police while driving his parent's car to California to buy a Lamborghini.
The boy left in the SUV after arguing with his mother, who said she would not buy the luxury car for him, Utah Highway Patrol said on Twitter.
A trooper spotted the vehicle weaving on Interstate 15 at 30 mph, the Utah Highway Patrol said.
Troopers told CNN affiliate KSL-TV they initially thought the boy was an impaired driver.
"How old are you? You're 5 years old?" Trooper Rick Morgan says in dash camera footage of the traffic stop. "Wow ... Where did you learn to drive a car?"
Morgan told KSL-TV he had to help the child get the SUV into park.
"He was sitting on the front edge of the seat so that he could reach the brake pedal to keep the car stopped while I was standing there," he said.
Once he was pulled over, the child told the trooper he had intended to drive to California to purchase a Lamborghini for himself. He had $3. The starting price for a new Lamborghini is around $200,000.
Quarantine has everyone bored and trying new things to kill time. This five-year-old in Utah decided to kill time by driving to California to buy a Lamborghini. He asked his mom for a Lamborghini. She said no like a total bitch. He took matters into his own hand. You have to respect the hustle of this kid.
The most incredible part is that he somehow made it to onto the highway. Don't know exactly how close he lived to the highway, but that's certainly impressive nonetheless. Honestly, this kid is probably a better drive than me. I'm now 24-years-old and have yet to drive on the highway. Merging would be a nightmare. I've also said before that I don't have the attention span to drive on a highway. Also no red lights means I'd have to time to reset my body and mind. My ankle would get too tired holding down the gas pedal. I don't know how this little shit did it.
My favorite part of the story is that he took $3 with him. Prices are probably down right now so he was ready to drive a hard negotiation. I have the utmost faith that this overachiever will own a Lamborghini one day if he sets his mind to it.
Here's the full video of him getting pulled over. He's probably a better driver than like 80% of adults.