A brand new Lamborghini Huracán was spotted in a rice paddy this morning, after the 25 year-old driver lost control when cornering on a country road in Ilan County.
Media reports say he had just taken delivery of the car yesterday, and is involved in a tech startup. They didn’t name the man, but used the nickname ‘small ox’.
The farmer who owns the field laughed the incident off, saying he usually uses a machine worth NT$2 million to plow the field, and felt privileged a machine worth NT$17 million gave him assistance this year.
The incident was not reported to police. The owner called a towing company to lift the vehicle from the rice field, and drove away.
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