SINGAPORE: A Lamborghini crashed into a lorry at a Bukit Batok car wash. It was allegedly driven by a car wash employee who did not even have a driving licence.
The 23-year-old employee was arrested for a rash act causing hurt. A 75-year-old man involved in the accident was taken to hospital. The incident occurred at 12.46 pm on Tuesday (August 22). The accident was caught on CCTV, and the video was posted on SG Road Vigilante’s Facebook page.
In the video, the Lamborghini suddenly starts moving, picks up speed — one of its front doors opening and closing — and hits the front of the parked lorry. The lorry is hit with such force it’s pushed back. No one can be seen in the short video.
Photos show the Lamborghini’s bonnet was damaged.
The accident occurred allegedly because the employee forgot to put the car in parked mode.
The Facebook post said: “Insurance can’t be claim. The company boss is hiding and not willing to compensate.”
Someone named Dennis Lee commented: “insurance won’t approve the claim. The owner can only sue the car wash company.”
However, another commenter, Ted Msbr, wrote, “Hi SGRV, can you please bring down this post as what you have posted here is a false statement. The owner of the shop has already talked to the lambo owner and will be discussing this matter. Company policy is that no employee is allowed to drive in or out customer vehicle. The company should not be blamed for such act.”