Japanese Lamborghini is arrested for driving at high speed and upload the video to YouTube
In Japan, there was someone he thought would be fun to be recorded in their Lamborghini Gallardo run at full speed, and upload the same video to the Internet. Not that his grace had left him somewhat complicated, as the Hiroshima police was notified of the failure by those who saw the video on YouTube and finally, four months after publishing this video, this would end his whereabouts and arrested.
It became known the driver’s name, but it was revealed that his only motivation to do what he did was “pleased to hear the roar of the engine and speed.” The trick of man was none other than go into a tunnel and driving his Lamborghini at speeds above 150 mph, well above the limit of 60 miles per hour on the highway.
The punishment for the driver does not seem to be a thing of another world could spend six months in prison, or face a fine of 100,000 yen, something like $1,260 USD. None-the-money, for someone who has enough pockets to afford a Lamborghini Gallardo.
Link: Lamborghini driver speeding Arrested after posting video on YouTube (National Post)Tags: High speed, Hiroshima, Japan, Lamborghini Gallardo, YouTube