Stolen Porsche Boxster Crashes and Burst into Flames in Police Chase [Video]

by Will Parker

Have you ever played Grand Theft Auto? It’s a nice game, isn’t it? Well the video below might seem a part of this game, but in fact is a part of the reality with a high-speed police chase that ended in carnage after an alleged car thief crashed a Porsche Boxster and a Nissan SUV.

It seems that a 24-year-old male thought that he will look great in a yellow Porsche Boxster, so he decided to stole one on the Gold Coast in Australia. As expected, the police started in a pursuit and, at the height of the tracking, the driver sped up an off-ramp, in the direction of oncoming traffic and he smashed the car into a barrier. This resulted in the loss of a front wheel and after that Porsche Boxster caught fire.

According to the police, the offender reached speeds of 150km/h in a 60km/h zone, before the police were forced to temporarily abandon the pursuit. Two hours later, the 24-year-old male finally crashed the Porsche Boxter, but he abandoned the car and fled on foot.

Despite the fact that the police was on his heels, the offender managed to take a Nissan Navara with the keys still inside. Unfortunately for its owner, the Nissan was stolen and crashed as well, before the police was finally able to arrest the thief.

Source: GTspirit

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