Fast and Foolish II: YouTuber DMO Deejay sparks fury AGAIN by filming his Lamborghini hurtling along at 130mph – a year after doing the same stunt at 204mph on a UK motorway
A YouTube star has sparked fury after driving his Lamborghini 130mph while filming the dangerous stunt.
Footage posted to the Instagram account of DMO Deejay shows the digital speedometer doing almost double the UK speed limit.
Road safety campaigners today hit out at ‘inexcusable and dangerous’ toertjie.
Jack Cousens, hoof van die beleid vir die AA, gesê: ‘This is inexcusable and dangerous.
‘Excessively speeding is bad enough, but filming yourself doing so in the process shows a complete disregard for the safety of others as well as himself.
‘We hope the police are able to take action.’
Beeldmateriaal (Links en regs) posted to the Instagram account of DMO Deejay shows the digital speedometer doing almost double the UK speed limit
The footage comes just over a year after the 32-year-old posted footage to his social media account where he can be heard encouraging another driver to hurtle along a motorway at 204mph.
DMO, wie het amper 500,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel, has also been involved in other car stunts, including bringing the M60 motorway to a standstill by posing for selfies with a group of other ‘boy racers’.
In the latest clip the footage shows the digital speedometer of a £200,000 Lamborghini Aventador sports.
As music blasts in the background the digital speedometer can be seen climbing past 100mph.
The short clip – which has since been removed from DMO’s Instagram – stops at 130mph.
Contacted by Mail Online DMO denied that he was driving and claimed the speedometer was in km/h and not mph.
Road safety campaigners today hit out at ‘inexcusable and dangerous’ toertjie. Op die foto: DMO Deejay
Right hand drive Lamborghini sports cars can show speed in either mph or km/h, according to top London dealership HR Owen.
Other posts on his Instagram account show DMO with the high-performance sports car.
The video was filmed at night with little traffic on the road. It is not known where the footage was shot.
A previous video shared with his 377,000 Instagram followers features DMO driving with UK rapper Mist and two friends.
In the shocking clip, DMO eggs on the unnamed driver as he puts his foot down and the top of the range Mercedes e63s hits three times the UK speed limit while one of the group shouts ‘F+++ the Police’.
Two weeks prior to the November 2020 video DMO was involved in a mass brawl at a car meet when he was seen goading a rival over whose vehicle was the fastest.
He was filmed at the Vmax200 car meet at the Kendrew Barracks in Rutland, Oos Middellande, op Oktober 24, when groups of drivers began fighting each other.
In that incident DMO was seen at the event – which sees sports car owners try to reach top speeds in their vehicles – throwing a punch at rival drivers.
DMO identified himself as the person who was punched first and claims it was sparked when he went over to gloat to his rival, ‘my car dusted yours’.
He admitted he approached the man to gloat over clocking a top speed of 209mph, beating his rival’s 207mph.
It comes just over a year after the 32-year-old posted footage to his social media account where he can be heard encouraging another driver to hurtle along a motorway at 204mph
DMO (op die foto), wie het amper 500,000 subscribers to his YouTube, has been involved in other car stunts, including bringing the M60 motorway to a standstill by posing for selfies
Four months earlier the former Dixon’s sale assistant was slammed for bringing the M60 to a standstill to pose for selfies.
He was caught on camera with a group of boy-racers holding up the entire carriageway to take photos with a convoy of 500 motors.
That time DMO claimed they stopped because his car ‘overheated’. Egter, social media users called them ‘idiots’.
A video of that incident posted on social media showed people jumping out of their cars to take photos with one climbing on top of his Range Rover and even using the central reservation to get better shots
The scene caused gridlock not just on the M60 but also on the nearby M67 and M66 motorways due to the amount of traffic. Some drivers reported being stuck for up to 90 minute.
Police branded the scene ‘frankly unacceptable’. Superintendent Jane Higham said: ‘This disregard for the rest of the public is shocking and will not be tolerated.’
Police investigated the illegal gathering but no arrests were made.