Japanese Man Busted for Speeding via YouTube
Posting high-speed runs online is not a good idea.
Web2Carz Senior Writer
Published: July 14th, 2012
Japanese man is under arrest for traffic violations after he posted video of his driving on YouTube and a viewer reported him to police.
The unnamed executive was traveling at 160 kmh (97 mph) around Hiroshima in his Lamborghini in what is a 60 kmh (37 mph) zone.
Posting online video evidence of your law-breaking is not a good idea, no matter how much you might want to show off.
We're not sure what model Lambo the 38-year-old was driving, but we do know he told police that he "enjoyed the sound of the engine and the speed," according to Yahoo!
Posting online video evidence of your law-breaking is not a good idea, no matter how much you might want to show off. We suspect he's not the last to learn his lesson.