Ford Mustang Driver Slams Into Light Pole While Doing Donuts


We all know that many Mustang drivers have an insatiable appetite for crowds. As it turns out, quite a few of them are prone to lose control and smash into things like, say, light poles.

This video was posted to Facebook by another Mustang owner named Brandon Calderon. According to Calderon, he was taking some pictures of his silver Stang at the empty parking lot when a guy rocked up with a bright red Mustang GT and proceeded to do donuts on the parking structure.

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Initially, it seems as though the driver of the red Mustang has relatively good control of the car, performing some tight donuts and threading them together. However, the driver clearly had more ambition than skill and eventually slammed directly into a concrete light pole.

It seems as though the car has suffered quite a lot of damage. Not only did the impact trigger the front and curtain airbags, but the front bumper has been crushed and the hood has been bent upwards.

“This is why Mustangs get a bad rep,” Calderon wrote on his Facebook post. “Went out to one of my fav parking garages for rollers and pictures last night with my girl when all of the sudden a dude with a 5.0 shows up and starts doing donuts.”

This is why mustangs get a bad rep… 🤦🏽‍♂️ i went out to one of my fav parking garages for rollers & pictures last night w/ my girl when all of the sudden a dude with a 5.0 shows up & starts doing donuts 😐 i kept the camera going & then this happened… Please have some respect for our surroundings.

Posted by Brandon Calderon on Monday, September 14, 2020

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