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Guy In McLaren MP4-12C Spyder Really Has to Go (To The Bathroom): Video 12
Posted by Malcolm Hogan in Automotive, Bizarre, mclaren, McLaren MP4-12C Spider, video on 04 12th, 2013


At some time or another you are lucky enough to see some bizarre stuff on the roads we travel. The latest bizarre sighting on the road happens to involve a new McLaren MP4-12C Spyder piloted by someone on who really has go. When I say go, this guy has to relieve himself – but does it like he has no care in the world – on the side of the street while holding up traffic. To put icing on the cake, he seems to have trouble getting the MP4-12C into gear while feeling it necessary to give the person behind him (filming him) a middle finger gesture. Wow, this is one peculiar sighting! Maybe he was drunk. Enjoy!

[source: Marchettino via YouTube]

How Far Would You Go For A Free Car? 28
Posted by Kurt Ernst in Automotive, Bizarre, Funny, Media, MINI, mini cooper on 01 28th, 2011

Mini logo on your leg? Not far enough. Image: J3kidford

If your name was Andreas Muller and you lived in Germany, you’d get yourself tattooed in the most uncomfortable of places to win a free car. Mr. Muller, it seems, really wanted to win a new Mini Cooper being given away by a local radio station, so he agreed to have the word “Mini” tattooed on his junk. That was enough for a win, and the local station broadcast live from the event; as you’d imagine, there was a fair amount of screaming involved. It goes to show that “Jackass” isn’t purely an American phenomenon, and I wish Mr. Muller a speedy recovery. His mom must be so proud.

That said, there are certainly cars that I’d get Mr. Happy branded for. I hate to brag, but “McLaren MP4-12C” would fit nicely, as would “Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera” (although, admittedly, you’d have to use a smaller font for that one). A friend suggested “Hummer”, which would have added benefits beside a free car, but I don’t want to drive a Hummer. I think “Porsche GT2 RS” would fit nicely, and I’d be more than happy to man up (literally and figuratively) if Porsche wanted to lease some, um, advertising space.

Source: Autoblog