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Somebody would have to get their azz kicked!!

I don't know the story, I just got the picture in an e-mail. But one thing is for certain: Somebody would be getting the crap kicked out of them!!
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I don't know the story, I just got the picture in an e-mail. But one thing is for certain: Somebody would be getting the crap kicked out of them!!
Billy Lane was on his way home from his court hearing and...

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There is a scooter in the garage btw. Poor Ferrari!
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There is a scooter in the garage btw. Poor Ferrari!
Yep. Hididng the evidence against him.

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I work with one of those every week. I would cry if something happened to her
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DUDE....it's just a scooter...

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man id go nutz
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DUDE....it's just a scooter...
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From the looks of it, the Ferrari had to be the vehicle out of control. Otherwise the rear quarter of vehilece would show great damage from truck hitting it. My guess, Ferrari out of control went under F150.

Either way......OOPS!
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Yea, Im because you can see where where the ferrari hit the back corner of the truck and slid under it. In any case looks like jetskifast's garage lol
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i doubt that this is just another case of a senior citizen mistaking the gas for the brake....
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How come things like this always happen to Ferrari's?
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Im sure whoever drives the ferarri can afford the tab....that sux though
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This thread... and THIS THREAD should be combined...
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From the looks of it, the Ferrari had to be the vehicle out of control. Otherwise the rear quarter of vehilece would show great damage from truck hitting it. My guess, Ferrari out of control went under F150.

Either way......OOPS!
I wondered that too, seeing as how that doesn't really look like the garage of a Ferrari owner. However, looking at the bricks, the left side of the garage, the straight-in angle of the ferrari combined with the in-from-the-left angle of the truck, the garage door being on top of the ferrari, and the scrapes on the ceiling of the garage, I think the truck hit a curb or something to get it airborne and went through the garage wall on top of the ferrari. Also, if you look closely at the hood of the truck, you can see that it's damaged and folded, signifying that it went through the wall. The damage to the right rear of the truck could still be explained away by the guy hitting other obsticles on his way towards the garage.
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I wondered that too, seeing as how that doesn't really look like the garage of a Ferrari owner. However, looking at the bricks, the left side of the garage, the straight-in angle of the ferrari combined with the in-from-the-left angle of the truck, the garage door being on top of the ferrari, and the scrapes on the ceiling of the garage, I think the truck hit a curb or something to get it airborne and went through the garage wall on top of the ferrari. Also, if you look closely at the hood of the truck, you can see that it's damaged and folded, signifying that it went through the wall. The damage to the right rear of the truck could still be explained away by the guy hitting other obsticles on his way towards the garage.
Not to mention the damage to the truck is too high up to be from the Ferrari... If the car would have hit the truck, the bumper and passenger side wheel would have been fucked...
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Hey at least my big dog... cough... I mean my spree didn't get hit!
That begs the question... How could you go from Ferrari to Vespa?

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I'm willing to bet the ferrari ran into the Ford. The F's rear end isn't even touched, so that means the Ford didn't run into it. Look at the Ford's rear. It was hit. those are just my thoughts. Who knows what really happened?
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