You might think that the Porsche 911 GT3RS is good for nought but scaring local townsfolk and exploding into flames. But you'd be wrong. In Korea, it's used for vigilante justice.

We don't endorse vigilante justice in any way whatsoever, but it's nice to see when car enthusiasts don't just use their cars for having fun, but also for helping out.

When the driver of this Porsche 911 GT3RS in Busan, South Korea, saw a suspected drunk driver blow past a police checkpoint, he did his best to follow the small family car to its final destination, which wasn't hard, because Porsche 911 GT3RS.

Oh, and if you get to the part in the video where the suspected drunk smashes into the bus, and you think "oh, I'm glad that's over, it really ended quite quickly," you're wrong.

It. Keeps. Going.

Don't drink and drive, seriously. Also, don't engage in vigilante justice. It almost never works out this well, plus the cops can charge you with a bunch of things, too. Like running red lights, reckless driving, speeding, endangerment, etc. etc. etc..

Really, just don't do anything you just saw.