Florida man is like a modern folk legend. Sometimes he's fighting SUVs one-on-one with just his bare hands. Sometimes he enjoys imbibing and driving. Occasionally he tries to reclaim lost property with devastating consequences. Last week in Miami, Florida man rear-ended a Ford Super Duty in his Lamborghini Huracan before escaping in an Mercedes-Benz S-Class, leaving the Huracan behind. The whole thing was captured on a surveillance camera across the street.

According to ABC 10, the hit-and-run occurred about 7:30 in the morning. The Ford was slowing down for a red light when the Lamborghini railed it from behind, pushing the truck all the way into the intersection. Moments later, a late-model S-Class rolls up behind the pair. The Huracan's driver and passenger run out and quickly hop inside the Mercedes before peeling away.

The Super Duty's driver, a local firefighter, walked away unscathed. His truck was mostly undamaged, too, though you can't say the same for the Lamborghini. It managed to wedge itself under the Ford's bumper, crumpling the hood and cracking the carbon fiber. Miami police are investigating.

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