A driver's ed teacher in South Charleston, West Virginia was arrested after instructing a student to do donuts because he thought she needed to learn how to drive in off-road conditions.

Police told WCHS that the instructor, Edwin Anderson, had the teen drive into a grass field where she could take some "quick turns" in between several power poles in order to simulate driving a Humvee in the military, which she was planning to join.

A witness who was in the car said that Anderson should not be charged with a crime.

"I don't see what the problem is, really," James Caraballo told WCHS. "They are trying to say he was contributing to the delinquency, but he was trying to teach them how to survive in case of danger."

Anderson was charged with misdemeanor contributing to the delinquency of a minor and destruction of property. Check out the video from Fox & Friends above for the full story.

What do you think? Should Anderson have been arrested?

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