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2012-05-15 11:37

AN IDIOT BEHIND THE WHEEL: There's no excuse for this Lamborghini driver's idiocy, which led to two other vehicles being damaged by his foolish attempts at being cool.

Owning a supercar requires the mantra of every would-be superhero - "with great power comes great responsibility".

Unfortunately not everybody should own a supercar and some idiots that do often rely on showing off and going incredibly fast, regardless of the consequences.

A Lamborghini driver's spirited antics ended with the supercar crashing and ultimately being wedged between two vehicles. In a video posted online, a Lamborghini driver was spotted pulling away at a set of traffic lights.

The Lambo then appears to be locked into a left turn and ultimately crashed into two vehicles.

It's clear the driver had switched off the traction control and did not counter-steer appropriately to keep the car in his lane.

Watch the video below: The video truly starts at 0:44


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