Of Course It Took Donuts For The Police To Arrest This Idiot Corvette Driver

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Don't mess around with cops and donuts!

The driver of the Corvette in this video decided that it would be a good idea to do donuts in his car. Obviously the American sports car was too much for the guy to handle. Witnesses say that after doing donuts in the middle of the road, the Vette owner lost control and crashed. The driver then ran away on foot but was caught by the police nearby. Of course the police weren't far away when donuts were involved. The officers cuffed the driver and he will likely get a punishment worse than just a ticket.

It is a shame to see a sports car of any kind being abused on the road. Seriously, why can't any of these owners take it to the track where this behavior belongs?

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