Sure, driving a supercar is cool and you can get instant thrills just by flexing oen toe, but with great power comes great responsibility. However, it seems that one Lamborghini Aventador owner in the US failed to understand the last part, with the result being an unfortunate one.
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The man, who had owned the 700 hp Aventador for one week, was trying to exit a club in the Houston Uptown Park when he somehow ended up hitting a few pedestrians and some parked cars. The accident took place outside the Belvedere Lounge, a posh location that is well-knows for its show-off status, but also come with a very tight parking area.
The man explained the police officers that the had just acquired his Lamborghini and hadn’t learned to use it properly yet. Three people needed medical care for minor injuries, but fortunately it seems that drinking wasn’t involved, which leaves stupidity to fight the rage of the public alone.
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