After Crashing Into Police Kiosk, Lamborghini Driver Flees And Returns For A Selfie
Harin - Feb 14, 2020
Just recently, a Lamborghini Gallardo owner in Bengaluru crashed his supercar into a police kiosk, ran away, and then returned for a selfie.
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For many people, owning a supercar like a Ferrari or a Lamborghini is a dream. But driving them on the streets isn’t something that everyone can do. Just recently, a Lamborghini Gallardo owner in Bengaluru crashed his supercar into a police kiosk, ran away, and then returned for a selfie.
28-year-old Sunny Sabharwal was the accuser. He is one of Fun World and Resorts India Private Limited’s directors. Sunny, an RT Nagar resident, Sunny took his Lamborghini Gallardo out on a Sunday evening. After that, he lost control while he was drifting on the MG Road and hit a concrete police kiosk.
Upon the impact, the car left the kiosk with a 2x3 feet gaping hole. The furniture inside as well as the car’s front end were broken. Parts of the car could be seen lying around on the ground. From the CCTV footage as well as other evidence and surprisingly, a photo of Sunny posing outside of the broken police kiosk helped the police trace him.
The police later issued a clarification for this matter. The report reads:
The picture shows Sunny standing in front of the kiosk, posing with a thumbs-up. Once he was traced by the police, he was booked by the Cubbon Park police for rash as well as negligent driving. And with this accident, it is possible that Sunny would have to pay Rs 2,000 as a penalty.