Lunatic In Mercedes Does Massive Burnout After Fight With Cyclist

Road Rage

Take this guy's license away.

Residents of London are no strangers to seeing awesome cars showing off on the streets. In fact, this is such a common sight in the UK capital that a new law is coming into effect that cracks down on supercar owners who drive recklessly in certain parts of city. With that being said, we have a strong feeling that the Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG driver in this video is part of the problem. This particular driver apparently has a reputation for showing off and driving like a lunatic.

In this video he can be seen getting into an argument with a cyclist on the road and then ending the heated exchange by doing an absolutely massive burnout. According to witnesses, the rubber mark he left on the road extended for over 150 feet.

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