Four people have been charged after a gender reveal burnout took over a quiet cul-de-sac on the western outskirts of Sydney last month.
Vision uploaded to Facebook shows a Ford XR6 Turbo engulfing the Silverdale street with blue smoke, symbolising that the baby is a boy.
A crowd of children and adults can be seen watching on, with many encouraging the driver - including one man who is standing dangerously close to the car in a bid to get the perfect shot.
Neighbours were reportedly given a heads up about the planned burnout, however it wasn't until the footage emerged online that police officers from launched the investigation.
They said a 25-year-old male, who admitted to performing the stunt, had his licence suspended for six months and car impounded for three months.
The male has been charged with two aggravated burnout offences and is due to appear at Penrith Local Court in May.
Two more men and a woman - the unborn baby's grandmother - have also been charged.
It's not the first time a bogan gender reveal has gone wrong in Aussie. In December, one reveal went bad quickly after the car caught fire.