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Jamie Foxx, Shaq Surprise 5-Year-Old Boy Who Stole Parents' Car To Buy A Lamborghini

There are a lot of ways to handle it when your kid misbehaves. There's negative reinforcement, which is punishing the bad behavior that you don't want. There's also positive reinforcement, which is rewarding the behavior that you do want. A 5-year-old boy in Utah is getting somewhat of a mix of the two after a dramatic incident on a Utah highway.

Earlier in May, a 5-year-old boy from Utah was pulled over on the highway for erratic driving.

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At the time, Lt. Nick Street said that the vehicle was going 32 miles per hour in a 70 miles-per-hour zone so he initially thought it was an impaired driver, adding, "There’s a curve in the road and he was kind of having a hard time making the curve."

When the vehicle pulled over, 5-year-old Adrian Zamarripa was behind the wheel.

He explained at the time that he was driving to California because he wanted to buy a Lamborghini and was under the impression that was the only place that one could be purchased.

While there were no legal charges pressed, TMZ has reported that Adrian faced a unique response to his illegal joyride that he likely didn't expect.

RD Whittington, who owns the luxury brand Wires Only, flew Adrian out to L.A. to get behind the wheel of some incredible luxury cars.

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Adrian got to sit in a Ferrari and a Hummer, although perhaps more exciting was that RD drove Adrian to visit actor Jamie Foxx. When Jamie told Adrian that he liked his shoes, Adrian told him that they were from Shaquille O'Neal's line.

Jamie's response must have come as a shock to Adrian.

"Let me see if I can get Shaq," Jamie answered, and then phoned Shaq on FaceTime to speak to Adrian.

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It wasn't all fun, games, and meeting celebrities — according to TMZ, RD also gave Adrian a pep talk and told him he should always listen to his mother.

You can see the video for yourself here.

h/t: TMZ