- [Not Actual car] Image Source: -https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lamborghini_Hurac%C3%A1n_Performante_at_IAA_2017_by_Nicolas_V%C3%B6lcker.jpg

There are places in the world where people are terrified of their house being hit by a hurricane.

Blogger Kia Rosina probably never worried about her house being devastated by a Huracan though....

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Worryingly the original article states Antonio had 'passengers' in the car at the time of the crash. To my knowledge, the Huracan has only two seats, and the piece said 'passengers' in the plural... So that can only mean either two passengers were squeezed onto one seat or Antonio had one passenger sitting on driver's seat while he straddled the centre console...

To be fair to the man, driving a twitchy £210,000 super car whilst dressed as a snowman and wearing a vision obscuring 'carrot-nose' is probably fairly tricky. Particularly if he WAS driving from somewhere other than the driver's seat, or the car was over-loaded.

Credit where credit's due, the man still played a match less than 24 hours later and even set up a goal for Robert Snodgrass.

The garden wall striker earns £70,000 a week, so even if the car is written off, and his insurance refuses to pay, he'll still be able to replace it in a couple of months or so.

It seems like footballers are particularly crash-happy, 'would-be Hammonds', as his former team-mate Sakho binned a Lambo into a garden wall in January 2016. I can only think this is great business for Lamborghini. Maybe they should start offering a 'footballer special' deal where they'll build TWO of the car you spec, so the replacement is ready to roll the minute the customer winds up upside down in a ditch, having binned the first one...

Martyn Stanley

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