"Looking for a company you can trust? Look no further!" says the boldface type on Top Gear Autoworks' website, an automotive service, repair and storage shop in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Not a very wise move, say the local authorities, after recently arresting David Juntunen, the 40-year-old male owner of the shop, and charging him with insurance fraud after an unauthorized – and destructive – late-night joyride in a customer's Lamborghini.
The Thrill Of Victory. The Agony of Defeat. Rarely does one person get to experience such highs and lows within mere hours of each other, but when it happens, the comedown is often all the more painful. Just ask Santaquin, Utah resident David Dopp. The Frito-Lay truck driver won a green Lamborghini Murciélago LP640 Roadster, grand prize in the "Joe Schmo To Lambo" contest operated by Maverik gas stations and teamgive.org last month.
A Lamborgini Murcielago Roadster owned by Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs was found crashed and empty on I-94 in Chicago early this morning. Illinois State Police say it's not clear whether the all-star was driving at the time of the crash, and Briggs has not yet been charged with any crime. In photos of the accident, it looks like the Lambo might have tried to tackle an opposing team's light pole. We suspect the pole could be cited for holding.
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