Five children, 11 to 17, lead police on a wild chase through the streets of Adelaide in a stolen Audi wearing only their underpants – leaving a note on the seat saying they were a ‘gang of 22’

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A pack of shirtless adolescents have been captured after they purportedly went on a joyride in a stolen Audi with various youthful youngsters on board.

A police helicopter followed the gathering covering up at a home in Para Slopes West, Adelaide’s upper east, overnight on Sunday after supposedly speeding through the roads.

The gathering purportedly scribbled ‘posse of 22’ on the front seat of the stolen auto and officers captured five close bare young people, matured 11 to 17, just after 12.30am on Monday.

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The greater part of the asserted guilty parties were in quite recently their clothing when police assaulted the home.

A police canine named Buster and PolAir were both used to find the gathering.

The 17-year-old driver of the stolen Audi was accused of unlawful utilize, driving perilously to dodge police and break of safeguard.

An additional 17-year-old, two 16-year-olds and a 11-year-old were altogether accused of unlawful utilize.

The gathering were denied safeguard and will front court on Monday.

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