Dashcam footage has shown police catching a Porsche driver who was drifting at a roundabout.

Officers from Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing caught the Porsche after the driver lost control in Alex Moorhouse Way in Longwater Retail Park in Costessey.

The incident happened at 9.50pm on Saturday following a car meet in the area.

The driver of the Porsche was reported for careless driving and handed a Section 59 warning notice.

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The notice is issued to drivers who have used a vehicle in a manner that has caused alarm, distress or annoyance.

It comes as part of Norfolk Police's Operation Octane, an attempt to crack down on dangerous driving and anti-social behaviour at car meets.

Inspector Will Drummond, from the Roads and Armed Policing Team, previously said: “Our focus isn’t and never will be genuine car enthusiasts.

"This operation directly targets those who are a threat to the safety of their local community.

“These individuals make up a very small percentage of those who attend car meets but the disruption they cause is felt by many."