45 YO Driver of Lamborghini Huracan Arrested after Reckless Pass in Singapore

Lamborghini Huracan reckless pass on Singapore Highway 5 photos
Photo: YouTube screenshot
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While many supercar owners turn to social media to boost their bragging rights, if you're the kind who engages in reckless driving activities, social media can work against you. And we're here to deliver the latest example of this, which comes from Singapore.
It all has to do with the pass shown in the clip at the bottom of the page, which see the driver of a Lamborghini Huracan Spyder squeezing between two cars as if he was playing an arcade racing game.

You don't have to be an automotive aficionado to notice the right lane of the highway was free, but the driver chose to ignore it and forge his Need For Speed-style pass instead.

From "hero" to zero in less than two weeks

The stunt, which took place on October 1, was caught on a dashboard camera by Facebook user Heng See Meng and it didn't take too long for the clip to go viral.

Many drivers unfortunately pull this kind of dangerous maneuvers, but when you're driving a Huracan, you can expect tons of negative attention following such behavior.

After the Singapore highway episode made it big on the country's social media, the authorities stepped in. Following an investigation, the police confirmed that the blue Lambo in the image above (lens tip to Stomp for the pic) belongs to a 45-year-old driver who was arrested for reckless driving - unofficial sources report the man was taken into custody on October 11.

And while we're not aware of the exact legal consequences the said driver is facing following his reckless driving episode, here's to hoping the man has learned his lesson.

And since that part of the world isn't exactly shy when it comes to the supercar population (remember the Johor Prince's Purple LaFerrari?), the educational value of this arrest goes far beyond the involved driver.

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