Boastful driver smashes his car on a lamppost while doing donuts in a California parking lot [Video]
Do-nut do this! Momently boastful driver smashes his car on a lamppost while doing donuts in a parking lot
- Boastful driver smashes his car on a lamppost while doing donuts in a parking lot
- The driver crashed his white Chevy Camaro in the parking lot of Antioch, California
- He was arrested on the spot for reckless driving and his car was given a 30-day detention
This driver’s show-off ended in a huge repair bill when he wrecked his car by crashing into a lamppost.
Footage shows the moment when disaster struck in Antioch, California, when tire tracks and playful donuts turned into a worn-out front bumper.
The driver crashed his white Chevy Camaro before trying to flee, although police stopped and arrested him for reckless driving and held his car for 30 days.
The Antioch Police Department joked, “While police officers have an affinity for donuts, we can admit that not all donuts are created equal.”
The boastful driver smashed his white Chevy Camaro when he crashed it into a lamppost
The front bumper tore through when the crash happened. Pictured: At least three police cars arrived at the scene and arrested the driver
Rubber tire tracks were left in the parking lot after the reckless driver’s donuts
The boastful driver had almost twisted and turned the whole thing before turning a donut into a lamppost
White smoke was seen coming from the rear wheels of the car as the rubber tires burned tracks on the property
The driver could be seen preparing his car for the next donut in his sports car with the lamppost he would eventually hit lined up
It said: “Sideshows remain a major problem in the greater Bay Area and law enforcement officials remain committed to using the full scope of the law to stop people engaging in such activities.
“In addition to towing your vehicle, any driver who participates in a sideshow could have their license revoked for up to six months and be arrested.
“Sideshows are extremely dangerous and affect every driver on the road.
“We all share the road and have a duty to each other to drive responsibly.”
Police added, “Please make better donut selections, maybe something with sprinkles.”