Do-nut do this! Moment show-off driver wrecks his car on a lamp-post as he does donuts in a parking lot
This driver’s show-off stunt ended in major repair bill when he wrecked his car by smashing into a lamp-post.
CCTV footage shows the moment disaster struck in Antioch, California, when tire spins and donuts turned into a crumpled front fender early on Tuesday, January 11.
The driver crashed his white Chevy Camaro before trying to flee the scene at around 7am, but police arrested him for reckless driving and put a 30-day hold on his car.
The show-off driver wrecked his white Chevy Camaro when he crashed it into a lamp-post in Antioch. California
The front bumper was torn through when the crash happened. Pictured: At least three cop cars attended the scene and arrested the driver
Rubber tire marks were left staining the parking lot after the reckless driver’s donuting
The show-off driver had twisted and turned around almost the whole lot before he spun a donut into a lamp-post
White smoke could be seen coming from the rear wheels of the car as the rubber tires burnt marks on the lot
The driver could be seen readying his car for the next donut in his sportscar with the lamp-post he would eventually hit lined up
Photos of the car afterwards show major damage to the front passenger side, with crumpled bodywork, the front fender hanging off and a wheel wrenched round against the concrete base of the light pole.
The police department shared security footage of the crash on Facebook, and joked: ‘While police officers have an affinity for donuts, we can admit not all donuts are created equal.’
On a more serious note it added that sideshows – where drivers gather to perform stunts – ‘continue to be a huge issue in the greater Bay Area and law enforcement remains committed to using the full extent of the law to stop people involved in such activity.
‘In addition to having your vehicle towed, any driver participating in a sideshow can have their driver’s license suspended up to six months and be subject to arrest.
‘Sideshows are extremely dangerous and affect every driver on the road.
‘We all share the road together and have an obligation to each other to drive responsibly.’
Antioch Police Department spokesperson Darryl Saffold said the timing of the incident was ‘ unusual’ as most sideshows happen in the afternoon or evening.
The force added: ‘Make better donut selections please, perhaps something with sprinkles.’