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Hollywood Girls Who Vandalized a Miata “Punished” with Track Day Shotgun Rides

Remember the pair of Hollywood girls who vandalized a Mazda Miata last month? While we still haven't found out if the story is real or just another attempt at Internet stardom (after all, we are talking about Hollywood here), there's a followup, and if you love Miatas, or are gifted with what's called common sense, you probably won't like it.
Hollywood Girls Who Vandalized a Miata "Punished" with Track Day Shotgun Rides 4 photos
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We'll remind you the two climbed through the open roof of their neighbor's MX-5, dancing on the seats and taking an Instagram selfie with the following caption: “Let this be a lesson to all Mazda Miata owners - if you are dumb enough to buy this hideous car, we are dumb enough to jump through the top and dance on your seats. *#‎zoomzoom.”

After the wife of the Miata owner discovered their Instagram post and made it public on her Facebook page, the whole thing went viral. The social media onslaught that followed saw the two taking a lot of heat, with apologies arriving shortly, as you'll be able to see below - it's curious how content from their Instagram keeps showing up despite the accounts having been made private after the story went viral.

In the latest episode of what has become a ridiculous saga (we'll give it that label whether the story is true or not), their display of arrogance has now been “punished” by Miata pro drivers Drake Kemper and Sam Barnett.

The latter's YouTube account has offered us a video that shows the two being invited to a track day. Using Miata racecars, the drivers give the girls an extreme sensation cocktail.

At the end of the extreme ridealongs, the two were convinced to say that the “near death experience” was part of a journey that has determined them to show more respect to all things Miata.

As you can imagine, the two female jokers being given this sort of attention only brought more hate comments upon them, as many people pointed out that car aficionados would easily consider such an experience a gift.

Regardless, Sam Barnett explained why the owner of the attacked Miata was not in the video: “The owner was offered to ride but didn't have time for the 6 hour round trip with a new baby.

Guess we can all move on with our lives now.

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