Bizarre moment drunk driver deliberately crashes his car in Argentina
‘If we kill ourselves, we kill ourselves’: Bizarre moment when drunken Argentine prankster is filmed screaming his death wish before CONSCIOUSLY crashing his car in Argentina
- Cell phone and surveillance video footage captured the moment a drunken Ignacio Arostegui deliberately crashed his Volkswagen Fox in Argentina’s Mar de Plata
- Arostegui bizarrely yelled ‘if we kill ourselves, we kill ourselves’ as a friend recorded him racing down a road next to Varese Beach last Friday
- The video of the crash was uploaded by one of the two people after the incident
- The 25-year-old made his way through traffic before hitting the sidewalk and crashing into a tree
- Arostegui was taken into custody after a breath analysis showed his blood alcohol level was measured at 1.03, well above the limit of 0.5
This is the bizarre moment when a drunk driver swung through traffic and boasted that he and his passenger were ready to die before he deliberately drove over a sidewalk and destroyed a tree in Argentina.
Ignacio Arostegui, 25, was arrested and charged with drink-driving after Friday’s shocking incident in the seaside town of Mar de Plata on the Atlantic coast.
Both Arogstegui and his passenger survived the collision.
A breath test showed that Arostegui’s blood alcohol level was measured at 1.03, well above the limit of 0.5. His driver’s license was also revoked.
Ignacio Arostegui appeared in a video uploaded to social media that captures the moment he repeatedly yelled ‘If we kill ourselves, we kill ourselves’ before deliberately crashing his car into a wall on a sidewalk and tree in Mar de Plata. , Argentina crashed. last Friday
A police officer performs a breath analysis on Ignacio Arostegui
Ignacio Arostegui’s Volkswagen Fox Destroyed A Tree And Tore It From Its Roots
Fortunately, both Arostegui and his male friend, who has not been named, were able to escape from the wrecked Volkswagen Fox without injury.
Arostegui was filmed by his friend speeding down an avenue next to Varese beach, disregarding motorists on the dual carriageway, outrageously claiming: ‘If we kill ourselves, we kill ourselves’ in a video uploaded by one of the individuals on social media.
His friend begged him to roll up the driver’s side window of the car as he accelerated and laughed at the start of the viral video that lasted just over 90 seconds.
Ignacio Arostegui was stripped of his driver’s license by the authorities in Argentina
Ignacio Arostegui vandalized his Volkswagen Fox after he deliberately wriggled through traffic and crashed into a wall and tree on a sidewalk in Argentina
Arostegui then kept yelling ‘if we kill ourselves, we kill ourselves’ when his friend seemed to come to his senses and told him, ‘bastard, you’re going to kill us.’
Arostegui repeated the same phrase one more time before climbing up the sidewalk and hitting the cobblestone path before plowing into the tree.
Authorities stand close to Ignacio Arostegui’s vehicle moments after the bizarre accident coded on a cell phone by his friend and a street-surveillance camera in the Argentine seaside town of Mar de Plata
A breath test showed that the blood alcohol level of Ignacio Arostegui was measured at 1.03, well above the limit of 0.5
His friend immediately got out of the vehicle when Arostegui followed, shouting, ‘We committed suicide, we committed suicide.’
Several outlets reported that the city council of Mar de Plata Arostegui would present a bill to cover the repair of the wall.
Pablo Martínez Carignano, head of Argentina’s National Road Safety Agency, condemned Arostegui’s erratic behavior that may have resulted in multiple deaths or serious injuries had he collided with other motorists.
‘The images speak for themselves. Alcohol at the wheel is deadly, in part because driving under the influence creates a sense of false safety and loss of braking that makes it possible to make decisions, such as driving at a high speed without estimating the danger,” said Martínez Carignano in a statement. .
“Fortunately there were no deaths to mourn today, but it is imperative that all motorists understand that driving is a responsibility, that traffic rules must be respected and that alcohol should not be consumed before driving.”