A young lady from Swindon, UK, who had previously made local news for dying her cat…pink, is now making national headlines for crashing into a £100,000 Aston Martin DBS with her – you guessed it, pink colored Vauxhall (called Opel in the rest of Europe) Corsa supermini.
Natasha Gregory, 24, said she lost control of the car on a roundabout and after clipping a curb, she ended up smashing into the Aston Martin DBS, which at the time, was parked at a gas station.
Luckily, no one was hurt in the incident, but the owner of the DBS told Metro News that the car was totaled, even though the crash wasn't severe. "She drove out of the petrol station onto the roundabout, lost it, and came over the kerb and came straight into the car," said the unnamed owner of the DBS.
"My car moved into the pump and bumped the pump off. It will be a write-off. They won’t fix that," he added.
Gregory apologized for the accident on her FaceBook account:
"Ummmm it was me and it was an accident. y the hell would I wonna go into aston martin (sic)!! I’m glad everyones fine, and I have u know I clipped a curb (I’m sure everyone has) and the steering went. S*** happens glad no one was hurt."
She continued: "I don’t really care what’s said, I feel like a total d***head and am gutted and so sorry to the other driver, was not his fault at all. The only person I give a s*** bout is the other driver, bless him."
You can find more pictures of the crash on Metro News.