Someone should tell drug dealer Zhen Yin that he might want to avoid sampling his product when behind the wheel of his Porsche.
The 32-year old man was reportedly on his way to see a contact in a Porsche Cayenne in China’s Jiangxi Province when he passed out after allegedly using coke.
Yin then crashed into a lorry, the unsuspecting driver of which dragged him for more than six miles before passing motorists alerted him about his Porsche cargo.
The driver who caught the incident on his dash-cam, Jian Yeh, 45, told The Mirror:
“We were coming up behind the Porsche and I remember thinking that it was very close to the back of the lorry. And then to my astonishment I realised it was actually stuck to the back of it. The driver was clearly unconscious and I didn’t know if he was dead or just asleep. So I started beeping my horn to try and either wake him up and alert the lorry driver.”
Lorry driver Xiong Feng, 45, was completely oblivious to what had happened
“The first I became aware of anything was when I heard some loud honking beside me,” he said.
“He had his window down and was shouting something but I couldn’t hear him and then he started pointing at the back of my truck,” he told reporters. “But I thought he was telling me to speed up, so I did. Eventually though I pulled over and it was only then that I saw the car stuck on the back.”
While Yin was lucky to be alive, his luck might not last for long because he now faces the death penalty for drug trafficking…
Flip of the hat to Evandil F.!