Modballer Crashes Lamborghini Aventador, Goes Crazy, Overuses The “F” Word

Putting a hole in the front bumper of your ride will ruin your whole day/week/month, but what if that ride happens to be an expensive Italian supercar like, let’s say, a Lamborghini Aventador?

Well, after making peace with yourself, you’ll quickly realize that there is a large repair bill coming your way, which is probably why the driver of this exotic went nuts after denting the bodywork of his supercar.

To make matters worse, the minor incident followed a short revving session performed in front of Lyon’s average car spotters, who were there to film the grown man swearing and kicking the Aventador, which was attending the 2016 Modball Rally.

The event, which kicked off on June 25 in London, gathered 180 cars from more than 28 countries for a seven-day driving adventure across Europe. The organizers don’t offer any prizes for the fastest “Modballer” and there isn’t an official timekeeping of any sort, emphasizing that this is a road trip with lots of partying. The rally came to an end in Valencia, Spain, on July 1, with competitors having the opportunity to unleash their horses at the Ricardo Tormo Race Circuit.

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