Ford Mustang Owner Arrested After Doing Donuts On San Francisco Bay Bridge

A Ford Mustang driver has been arrested and his car impounded after being filmed doing donuts on San Francisco’s Bay Bridge.

The murdered-out Mustang was driving alongside another Mustang and a Chevrolet Camaro when the trio were spotted weaving through traffic at around 3:30 pm on Monday.

The group managed to stop traffic in the middle of the bridge, allowing one Mustang driver to perform some Ken Block-style donuts without a care in the world for any possible consequences.

Immediately after however, a regular driver on the bridge tailed the three cars, called the police and reported their location. Just minutes later, the two Mustangs were pulled over at the end of the bridge by local highway patrol officers. Authorities couldn’t find the Camaro.

The driver of the white Mustang not included in the video was cited for speeding while the donut-happy black Mustang owner was arrested on suspicion of reckless driving and street racing. His car was also impounded.

Via LA Times


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