Sat Nav not to blame
If only the kid had followed the Sat Nav, this wouldn't have happened...
We're obliged this morning to reader Paul Moran for sending us a snap of what happens when you try and park a Ford Focus at an inadvisably high speed: Ford Focus embedded into Edinburgh basement According to the Beeb, the car was stolen in Wallyford in East Lothian on Monday, and eventually ended its journey on the corner of …
in a talk by our claims dept (we shall remain nameless) we have a lovely shot of a 5 Series BMW on its side fully fitted into a basement void like this. It looked like it was carefully placed in the hole.
This lad gets 5 out of 10 for trying but really needs to aim a bit better next time to get the whole car in.
Remember "Don't say we'll pay...."
Bless his cotton socks...............!
Lets hope he does not sue the owner of the car for his cuts an brusies. No doubt some 'No win No Fee' laywer is speaking to him now to find a reason why the car should not have been on the road and that the car not the THIEF was to blame.
Oh course he could sue the owner of the house for the outside wall of the property jumping out in front of him odviously causing the crash ;-)
You are all a bit hasty in accusing the poor lad of crashing the car... maybe the cars security kicked in and decided to 'pull over' the car... maybe the car was trying to kill him through the usual means... we have seen a few examples already, some quite terrifying!
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