A Hungarian man who smashed a borrowed £186,000 Lamborghini is now selling the wreckage online – for just £4,000.
Csapo Joska, 35, crashed his friend’s brand new Lamborghini Huracan in an attempt to show off the supercar’s V10 engine at 208mph.
Footage of Mr Joska’s ride and subsequent crash shows him losing control of the car, hitting the crash barriers at the side of the road before flipping over.
The Lamborghini burst into flames, leaving little but the frame left of the car, which has now gone on sale online.
Now, the wreckage has emerged on a Hungarian website, up for sale with a price tag of £4,000.
The advertisement reads: ‘Lamborghini Huracan, one previous owner, sold as seen.’
Police who seized the mobile phone footage of Mr Joska’s crash released it online as a warning to others about the dangers of speeding.
Mr Joska escaped unharmed, although his unnamed friend who had been filming their ride, was in hospital for eight days after the accident near the Hungarian capital Budapest in September.
Police have charged Mr Joska with numerous offences, and local media said he had put the parts online to try and get back some of the money he is going to have to pay in compensation and fines.
According to police because Mr Joska was travelling at an illegal high-speed, the insurance company has refused to pay for the damage.
Source: Daily Mail