The police have arrested the person who videoed the incident and posted it on social networking sites.
Tariq Ali Saeed Al Shehhi, the maternal uncle of the deceased, pointed out that the brother of the deceased, who was then 20 years old, was killed in another traffic accident before less than one year.
In less than 12 hours of obtaining the vehicle’s data, Hail's traffic police could locate the vehicle. The driver was arrested and referred to the authorities. The motorist will face hefty penalties.
They were also fined Dhs50,000, while their driving licences were suspended for six months and their vehicles were confiscated for sale at an auction, provided that the price would be used in repairing the public roads that were damaged by the defendants.
The video showed a woman carrying a hearty message from the top of the iconic Burj Khalifa welcoming the UK decision to remove UAE from the red list and ease travel curbs.
The circulating video clip showed that a number of vehicle drivers practiced drifting on one of the Al-Quway'iyah roads in Riyadh, including a GMC car that got out of control as a result of overspeeding.
Captain Abdulrahman Ahmed Al Shehhi, Director of Investigation Section at the Traffic and Patrols Department, said, “The video went viral in a few hours on social media, showing a person performing dangerous stunts in non-civilized manner, in front of a large number of people.”
It is believed that such videos are shared on social media sites to show off the skills and gain followers.
The Tesla car, a black S-BLM, was being operated by a rental driver to perform the stunt.