A baby-faced boy was caught on a dash cam driving a car full of friends – despite barely being able to see over the steering wheel.
The car , packed with “five or six” other youngsters, came head to head with another driver on a lane in Wilsden, West Yorkshire.
Motorist Kash Ahmed brought his car to a halt after he saw another vehicle was stopped in the middle of the narrow lane.
He could see a girl, whom he described as a teenager , sitting in the passenger seat.
The advocacy worker claims he was stunned to see a “baby-faced boy” emerge from the car and jump into the front seat – looking sheepish after clearly spotting the car waiting for them.
He described him as “probably no older than 11.”
The group then appear to spend considerable time playing a bizarre form of musical chairs, inexplicably swapping seats multiple times before the youngster drives them off.
Kash, 40, said: “I was just driving to work at the time and came across the vehicle parked in the road.
“I could see a girl probably no older than about 16 trying to get into the back of the car.
“It looked like the other teenagers weren’t letting her in.
“Then the child who seemed to be the youngest one there got out and jumped into the driving seat.
“He couldn’t even see over the wheel properly.
“He was very baby faced, he couldn’t have been any older than around 11, I would say.
“They all swapped seats and then the youngest one drove the car away.”
Though the baffled driver claims the road is generally very quiet, he says the “clearly underage” youths must have driven from one of the nearby towns to reach that location.
Mr Ahmed said: “The road is five minutes away from being in a built-up area again.
“I think anti-social driving is an issue in Bradford, it’s why I got a dash cam.
“But I’ve never seen drivers who are clearly underage.
“I have no idea how they got there without someone noticing.”
He added: “I was more concerned about what would happen if they were to hit someone and cause an accident, or injure someone or themselves.”
West Yorkshire Police were approached for comment, however they said they could not respond as the incident had not been reported to them.