The owners of supercars, hypercars and rare exotics are usually respected individuals, whom the car community appreciates for their taste and willingness to share their cars. This owner of a pristine Lamborghini Aventador SV came across one of those few individuals who resents the fortune of others.

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From videos surging across the internet a young man is seen running across the length of the Italian exotic, causing quite the uproar. In a second video the man is seen trying his luck once more, but the owner didn’t let that happen. Doing what we would all love to do to the troublemaker, the owner tackled him, and kept him down when he tried to get up. When the owner returned to his car, the instigator appears to lay down cold on the pavement – presumably in an attempt to frame himself as the victim.

We applaud the owner for his restraint (and his beautiful spec!), and are happy to see no apparent damage was done to the car. What do you think? Was the owner within his right to tackle the instigator and take matter into his own hands?

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  1. This is why I will only ever drive crazy exotics in Dubai. It fits the culture and car scene, plus people there don’t want to go to jail for life for running on a car. Singapore would be good too. London, Europe, States, NY, LA, SF, Canada, Australia, NZ are just poor places with poor haters.

  2. Excuse me London and the rest of the world you name are poor places where do you live in a cardboard box? Surely your a bit fucked up in the head to even say that but please tell me this then Pete as your pissing people off on here including me why does the Billionaires and millionaires visit everyone you named above around the world i have seen a few Sheiks from Dubai visit London with their supercars and maybe watch Cannonball Run or Gumball3000 and see what they do believe me its not just for fun.

  3. Was the owner within his right to tackle the instigator and take matter into his own hands?

    What… the… hell are you talking about?

    Are we supposed to just stand there with our hands in our pockets and let people jump all over our cars?

    • BLM…..he’s entitled to fuck up his car because he’s too fuckin lazy to get a damn job.

      Was the owner right……..he should have fucked the dickbag up. Fuckin’ kids these days need the shit kicked out of them once a week.

  4. Attempting to purposely damage someones property, whether it be a Lambo or some poor guys Camry, will, in many parts of the world, get you hurt/possibly killed. People are very protective of their property. I remember years ago in Florida, a man ran his beater station wagon (with no insurance to beat) into a lawyers new Ferrari. An argument ensued, the lawyer lost his cool, shot and killed the driver, and ended up walking away after a trial.
    This idiot in the video was very lucky. Had it been one of my cars, he probably would not have walked away unscathed lol!

  5. as much as i love fast cars. sometimes those who owns these cars tends to use the throttle a little bit to much in the urban areas. perhaps it was such an situation that the did arise?



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