Do-nut do it! An immediate driver crashes his car into a lamppost while making donuts in the parking lot
- The driver was caught on CCTV crashing with a Chevy Camaro in Antioch, California
- Police were sent to the area on Tuesday, January 11, around seven o’clock in the morning
- The driver was arrested for reckless driving and his car was detained for 30 days
This driver’s demonstration ended in a huge repair bill when he crashed into a car in a street light pole.
The footage shows the moment of the disaster in Antioch, California, when tire tracks and playful donuts turned into a battered front fender at 7 a.m. on January 11th.
The driver crashed his white Chevy Camaro before trying to escape, but police arrested him for reckless driving and detained his car for 30 days.
The demonstrator driver demolished his white Chevy Camaro when he crashed into a streetlight pole in Antioch. California
The front bumper ruptured in the accident. Pictured: At least three police cars arrived at the scene and arrested the driver
Traces of rubber tires remained in the parking lot after the unscrupulous driver forced it
The driver on display twisted and turned almost the entire plot before turning the donut into a candelabra
White smoke could be seen from the rear wheels of the car as the rubber tires burned tracks on the property
You could see the driver preparing his car for the next donut in his sports car with the lamp post he eventually crashed into.
Antioch police spokesman Darryl Saffold said the timing of the incident was “certainly unusual” because most of the side performances – where drivers gather to perform stunts – take place in the afternoon or evening.
The police department shared security footage from the crash on Facebook and joked: “While police officers are close to donuts, we can admit that not all donuts are equal.”
He added: “Sideshows continue to be a huge problem in the greater Bay Area and law enforcement remains committed to using the full scope of the law to stop people involved in such activities.
“In addition to towing your vehicle, any driver who participates in the side event may have their driver’s license revoked for up to six months and may be arrested.
“Side shows are extremely dangerous and affect every driver on the road.
“We all share a path and we have a responsibility to drive responsibly.”
The force added, “Please make a better selection of donuts, maybe something to sprinkle.”