Video captures Australian supercar thief’s harmful high-speed run via neighborhood

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Video captures Australian supercar thief's dangerous high-speed run through neighborhood

Don’t say he wasn’t warned.

An Australian supercar proprietor has shared a harrowing dashcam video that exhibits his Audi R8 being stolen and brought on a sequence of high-speed joyrides via a busy suburban space that spanned practically a half-hour.

The automobile was allegedly nicked in late December by a 49-year-old who was reportedly on the run from a drunken driving cease and broke into the proprietor’s house, the place he discovered the keys and proceeded to take off within the high-performance coupe, apparently unaware that the digicam had activated, regardless of it giving a verbal notification that it had began recording.

The total video has been pulled off YouTube, however in it the automobile could possibly be seen rushing via site visitors and neighborhoods at speeds of as much as 100 mph whereas passing autos on the mistaken aspect of the street and slamming over velocity bumps as police sirens will be heard within the distance.

Finally, the thief pulls right into a yard the place a number of different automobiles are parked and a bunch of individuals are hanging round and shuts off the automobile, however then will get again in and hits the street once more.

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As he does, the rear suspension offers solution to injury, possible brought on by affect with the velocity bumps, making it inconceivable to regulate, so he heads to a different close by house as a wheel drags and leaves a black line alongside the pavement.

He’s then seen flattening the gate to a fenced-in yard, the place the automobile was later discovered due to suggestions posted to Fb, in line with the proprietor, who stated he adopted the road on the road proper to the home.

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A police spokesman instructed 1 Information that the suspect was arrested and charged with automobile theft, reckless driving, harmful driving, driving whereas unlicensed, and breaking and getting into a home to steal greater than $60,000.

The proprietor, who had bought the used automobile simply three months prior, stated it suffered $75,000 in injury.

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