Man Smashes Lamborghini Into Wall After Borrowing It From Friend
A man has crashed his mate's Lamborghini after borrowing it for a drive.
Footage has been shared online showing the crushed £215,000 ($281,542) supercar embedded into the wall of an electricity substation in Spain.
In the clip, the green Huracan Performante can be seen being pulled out of the wall, with almost the entire front end of the car now a crumpled wreck.
According to reports, the motor's occupants scarpered shorty after the crash, only to be tracked down by police in a nearby hospital.
It's understood the driver was told by officers they were being investigated for reckless driving on Sunday (9 August).
A couple of days after the crash, it was then revealed the driver had borrowed the car from his - very generous/naive - pal who was the actual owner.
The driver and his passenger were treated for some minor injuries at Huelva's Juan Ramon Jimenez Hospital.
But it wasn't just the driver and passenger who were affected by the crash. Local residents told press that firefighters attending the scene had to cut the power to houses in the area. Fortunately, power was later returned.
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According to reports, it's not clear whether a breath test was administered by police as the authorities are yet to make an official comment on the incident.
In a similar incident last year, a teenage boy was arrested in Western Australia for allegedly going on a joyride.
Police had been alerted to a stolen vehicle being found in a Perth suburb on Tuesday night and they were told to keep their eyes peeled.
They later came across the white Subaru Forester and thought it was going to be an easy night.
Western Australia police say: "Officers sighted the vehicle in the driveway on Birdwood Avenue and parked their marked Hilux behind it. As officers exited the Hilux it will be alleged the Forester reversed at speed, crashing into the rear pod section.
"The Forester then continued west on Birdwood Avenue where it crashed with a yellow Lamborghini at the intersection of Bland Street."
We've all seen police chases over the years and some of them end with the alleged offender crashing into another vehicle. Usually though, that car or truck is pretty ordinary.
The Lamborghini that was damaged in this chase is a Urus, which retails for a cool AU $400,000 in Australia at an entry level.
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