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    The owner of a Mercedes-AMG C63S Sedan was dealt a huge serving of instant karma over the weekend after their attempt at showing off their vehicle ended with the 503-horsepower, rear-wheel drive car smashing into a tree.

    “[The vehicle] crashed while leaving an event called 100% Autolive in Ahoy Rotterdam in the afternoon,” reads a statement Viral Hog obtained from the video’s filmer. “The owner of the car went [too] fast around the corner and lost control of the wheel. The car stopped against a tree.”

    Additional footage from CarSpotterQVS offers an up-close view of the car’s damage and the subsequent response from police and a tow truck.

    According to website Motor 1, both the driver and the front passenger were able to walk away from the incident.

    Money doesn’t buy skills, eh?

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