Rolls-Royce Driver Smashes Into Lamborghini Before Fleeing The Scene
Shocking footage shows the moment a £250,000 Rolls-Royce smashed into the back of a £160,000 Lamborghini. Ouch.
The two fancy motors were caught on surveillance footage with the Rolls-Royce Ghost smashing into the rear of a red Lamborghini Urus in Walsall, West Midlands.
The clip shows what appears to be a learner driver making their way down the road, before passing a parked car.
The Lamborghini appears and slows to let the motorist past, but as it does so the Rolls-Royce comes up behind and smashes into the back of it.
The force of the collision shunts the Lamborghini into a parked car.
Following the crash, the driver of the Rolls-Royce fled the scene, cops have said.
Meanwhile, the leaner driver hopped out and started snapping some shots of the wrecked cars.
Images taken after the smash, show the Rolls-Royce was left with a mangled front grill and a dent in the side.
Sharing snaps of the aftermath, West Midlands Police wrote: "Well, this is an expensive crash.
"I wonder if it was the cost or another reason why the Rolls driver left the scene?
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"Either way, we have his photo and will ask him very soon.
"Driver was not driving for the conditions and obviously can't handle a car like this."
Social media users winced at the thought of how much the crash would have cost, with one person writing: "Wow, wonder how much to fix that."
Another added: "There's got to be over £400k worth of car there. The owners are not going to be very happy to say the least."
While a third person said: "That's two very gutted car owners right there. Both will be someone's pride and joy."
Police confirmed no one was injured in the crash.
West Midlands Police were chasing a stolen Audi when it collided with a van and hit a shop.
After officers arrested the 15-year-old driver, they went into the shop to warn occupants that it could be unsafe after the crash but once inside smelt cannabis coming from the flats above.
When they went upstairs, they discovered 50 plants growing inside.
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Topics: UK News
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