A Holden Commodore station wagon has been impounded after it was clocked at more than three times the speed limit before doing a burn out in Colac at the weekend.
Police allege the dark-coloured vehicle was clocked at 128km/h in a permanent 40km/h zone about 1.15am on Sunday.
Police members followed the vehicle and observed it on Colac's Queen Street doing a burnout which caused its rear tyre to blow.
A police spokesperson said all five occupants of the car ran from the vehicle before the driver stopped and spoke to police.
The driver of the vehicle became aggressive when advised his car was to be impounded and attempted to assault the members before being OC sprayed.
He was arrested and taken to Colac police station.
The man's license was immediately suspended, and his car was impounded for 30 days at a cost of $1170.
He is also expected to be charged on summons with driving offences.
Whilst committing the offences, the man was found to be in breach of COVID19 restrictions and was issued a $1652 penalty notice.
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