How To Drive Your Porsche Out Of Wet Cement

An unlucky 911 owner become the butt of many jokes on Friday after we showed you images of his Porsche trapped in wet cement. Now someone's found video of the guy getting his Porsche out of the wet cement.

Photos of the man who drove his Porsche 911 Carrera S into wet cement on a San Francisco street that was being repaved made the rounds of the automotive web and Facebook/Twitter on Friday, with no word of whether or not the car was safely extricated.


Lucky for the car's owner, the construction crew was able to grab some boards and muster enough strength to get the RWD car back up out of the quickly drying sludge. It was especially nice of the workers given they'll have to redo all their work.

No word on what happened next, but if it didn't involve an emergency trip to the car wash this story isn't over yet.

(Thanks to everyone for the tip!)

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Without knowing exactly how the driver ended up in the concrete, (a low flying pelican, perhaps), I will not pass judgement on the driver. I would guess that he saw an "open" lane, and learned a moment too late why there weren't any other cars there, but he could have just as easily been squeezed over by an inconsiderate merging motorist.

I will, however, pass judgement on the Beavis filming this. His shadenfreude is showing, and it makes him come across as a monumental douche.