Aston Martin Gets Keyed by Father Pushing Baby in a Stroller, Vandalism Caught on Dash Cam

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Many of us have gone through the moment of pain when one returns to his or her parked vehicle only to find somebody had keyed their pride and joy. Sure, some owners are not emotionally involved when it comes to owning a car, but when you drive an Aston Martin V8 Vantage, chances are you’re in love with your British metal.
Installing a dash cam thus seems like a natural move and this can truly pay out one day. The latest example that supports this comes in the form of the video below. We are talking about a piece of dash cam footage that shows a man keying the host car, a V8 Vantage.

To make matters even worse, the vandal seems to be a father pushing a baby in a stroller and using this as a cover for doing his thing. The Aston was sitting in a supermarket parking lot on Morning Lane in Hackney, London.

You can clearly see the man preparing to make his move and even showing a face of anger before adjusting the key in his hand and proceeding to scratch the car.

The soundtrack of the clip is simply terrifying

As it happens in most cases, the dash cam was forward-facing, so we don’t actually get to see the scumbag damaging the GT, but the microphone attached to the camera offers us a terrifying testament of this unfortunate episode.

You can clearly hear the key digging into the car and it seems like the vandal didn’t settle for a small mark. Oh no. The douchebag went all the way, scratching multiple body panels.

The incident took place back in June and we have no info on whether the vandal met the long arm of the law or not. Given the fact that his face can be clearly seen in the footage, the chances of him having to pay for his rage are high.

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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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