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OMG! There's a bear in my Lambo

2013-11-20 11:01

IT’S A LAMBEARGHINI: YouTube comedian Uncle John latest clip shows a massive bear cruising in a Lamborghini in California. Image: Youtube

Drift battles, high-speed chases... Lamborghinis have been the guinea pig of many experiments and featured in dozens of crazy videos. A new video shows Lambo with a furry passenger - a massive bear. Yup, you read that correctly...

During 2013, Wheels24 posted many videos of  Lamborghinis in crazy videos - a driver using a Lambo as a kitchen appliance to fry ‘wors’ using its exhaust, a Lambo drifting on a WRC-type off-road circuit and we’ve even seen the iconic Italian supercars turned into office desks.

In November 2013, a video posted on YouTube shows how a  Lamborghini shutdown traffic in Calfifornia, USA due to its furry passenger -  a bear! No really, it's a giant bear in the passenger seat of a Lambo! Now we've really seen everything...

Watch Yogi in the 'Lambearghini'


The video titled 'The Drive By Bear: Lambearghini Style' was part of a prank by Uncle John, a YouTube comedian who specialises in hidden camera stunts.

The group filmed the reactions of people in Huntington Beach, California.

Lucky for everyone the bear didn’t seem to mind the attention, though it could've been a very different video if Yogi became an angry bear. Wheels24 wonders whether the car's owner minds the bear's claws scratching up the interior.

Here's what's in store in the Lambo prank video:

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