Yes, that is a Porsche 911. Yes, that is fresh concrete. No, this is not some uber-powerful aftermarket-tuned car that just liquified the San Francisco pavement underneath – the Porsche was driven into this predicament.

Now before we start passing judgment on this poor soul, a driver who has so obviously burned more than his share of karmic bridges, let's just pause to thank him or her, both for providing us the enjoyment of this video and also for upholding certain reputations.

And let us also remember that the next time we're stuck in traffic because of road construction, to just put some Michael McDonald on the stereo and chill out, rather than trying to pass everyone by driving through the construction lane and getting stuck in fresh concrete.

To watch the whole video, which does contain some NSFW language, click past the jump.


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      Quen47
      • 2 Years Ago
      I know the guy that took the pics to this! The fact that this happened in the Marina district to a guy in a Porsche that was trying to pass everyone... just an incredible cliche of narcissistic douchedom all around.
        • 2 Years Ago
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      jj55chevy
      • 2 Years Ago
      What a fuckin moron
      James
      • 2 Years Ago
      Video by Beavis and Butthead.
      ToucanSam
      • 2 Years Ago
      I've been eyeing a pre-owned Cayman, but now I'm hesitant to buy anything Porsche if I'm going to be associated with douches like that.
      wrxfrk16
      • 2 Years Ago
      Damn that hurts. Guy should be fined for doing that to an innocent 911...
      Joe
      • 2 Years Ago
      As much as i can berate the idiot driving the 911.. As well several after me, i would like to point out something else, what about the construction workers themselves? So close to getting that hole plugged up, and now they have to stop what theyre doing, get the porsche out, wait for the concrete to dry just so they can rip it all up and do it over, theyll have to order more concrete, then re cement this spot again. Im pretty sure more than a few of them are annoyed by this. I hope the porsche driver does not just pay for his 911 that he probably destroyed, but the overtime for the workers he inconvenienced with his idiocy, delay fees that will probably be incurred on the company, and whatever extra concrete material had to be purchased to redo the job. If this dumbass can pay for the porsche itself, i bet he can pay for the damage it caused.
        QCRamAir
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Joe
        Funny thing is, after all you just described, which I completely agree should be put on the Porsche-driver's bill, the whole cost of damages may end up costing just as much as his Porsche. Hopefully this idiot learns from this expensive lesson.
      joe shmoe
      • 2 Years Ago
      at least he won't be able to sue the city for any damages. actually, he should be the one to pay for damages. He'd be lucky if the city didn't sue him.
      rsxvue
      • 2 Years Ago
      Now I believe the saying that Porsche's keep you glued to the road.
      Chris
      • 2 Years Ago
      That will definitely ruin a man's day, and make him feel like the world's biggest douche. I don't blame him for not wanting to get out of the car. Not only would I not want to be seen if I were in his situation, but I also wouldn't want to be ankle deep in wet c-ment.
      mrx19
      • 2 Years Ago
      Hope he got to a car wash with a high pressure sprayer quick - would love to see the Porsche dealers bill to remove dried concrete from the undercarriage.
      Ev
      • 2 Years Ago
      His insurance company isn't gonna be too happy about this.
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