Not content to simply face a year in prison for fraud after intentionally crashing a Bugatti Veyron into a lake, notorious dingleberry Andy House has been indicted again. This time, a Ford GT is involved.
In 2009, a Bugatti Veyron was crashed into a Texas lagoon at the hands of Andy House, who at one point said that a low flying pelican had distracted him and sent him off course. What he didn't know was that the whole thing was caught on film, and the pelican is suspiciously absent.
A Texas court may soon decide if the man who drove his Bugatti Veyron into a lake was committing fraud after his insurance company claimed he crashed the car on purpose to collect $2.2 million in insurance money. Wait, it wasn't a low-flying pelican? You don't say.
The owner of this $2.3 million customized Bugatti Veyron attempted a 124 mph pass on the Autobahn Sunday morning, only to collide with another car and a tractor-trailer. Police estimate the damage to the Veyron at $550,000.
The man who drove his $1.5 million Bugatti into a Texas lake replaced the broke n' busted hyper car Friday with another $1.5 million Veyron. Here's the first picture.
[Thanks for the tip, Bob!]
Remember the amazing $1.6 million Bugatti Veyron lake crash blamed on a low-flying pelican? We have the video of it happening and there's not a freaking pelican in sight. UPDATE: The driver responds!
Apparently the second known Bugatti Veyron accident has occurred in the British countryside near West Berkshire, UK. The $2 million plus supercar lost control on a sweeping curve, plowed through a hedge line and ended up backwards in a wheat field. The pictures are of poor quality, but the damage seems pretty…