Two men have been arrested over a high-speed drive in a stolen car in southeast Queensland.
The men are accused of taking the car from an address at Richlands in Brisbane's southwest on Sunday morning and driving at over 150 kilometres an hour to Gatton, where they were arrested, police told AAP.
Police monitored the vehicle's GPS as it sped along the highway, reportedly weaving through traffic, hit another car and stopped for fuel.
Police did not pursue the car.
Pictures of the white ute shows its side dented from front wheel to the back and its tyre blown off.
'It looks a right royal mess,' a police media spokeswoman told AAP.
They men were arrested at Gatton, over 70km away from where the car was stolen.
They are expected to be charged with stealing and the dangerous operation of a vehicle.