18-Year-Old Totals Bentley Continental GT in LA


Someone will have to come up with one hell of an explanation for his dad.

The sight of a young kid driving recklessly in an expensive car which he didn’t pay for has a certain way of making a lot of people very angry, very quickly. The footage here is of the aftermath of just such an incident. The driver is seen pacing around and hiding under his hoodie. The Bentley has been pretty well wrecked, but as a testament to how solidly the luxury car is built, the other car involved in the accident came out looking far worse.

We’re told that everybody is OK, which is probably why nobody is in handcuffs. The incident took place in the West L.A. Neighborhood of Brentwood, although far worse things than this have happened there in the past.

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