Lamborghini thief flees from police at more than 100 miles per hour, crashes moments later and is thrown hundreds of feet from the wreckage (VIDEO) | The Gateway expert

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A car thief behind the wheel of a Lamborghini in Los Angeles fled from police at more than 100 miles per hour and moments later the vehicle collapsed, throwing it hundreds of feet from the wreckage. He died on the spot.

Thieves are usually not very smart and this man was no exception.

People who have never been behind the wheel of a vehicle like the Lamborghini have no idea how much power these cars have and how easy it is to lose control. This guy found out the hard way.

This happened in April, but the images just became available.

Fox news reported:

LA Lamborghini thief dies in seconds of 115mph crash after fleeing traffic stop: dashcam video

Los Angeles police pulled up behind a driver who was asleep behind the wheel of a Lamborghini, discovered the vehicle had been stolen and the suspect had outstanding warrants before taking off on video, losing control of the car and driving just seconds later died in a high-speed crash.

The suspect, 51-year-old Los Angeleno Elliott Dugan, woke up, refused to cooperate with law enforcement and raced into the street, the body and dashcam videos show.

The incident took place on April 6, but police released the videos on Wednesday.

“Do you know why I stopped you?” asks an officer.

Speaking to officers, Dugan denied the car had been stolen and claimed he had rented it. Police repeatedly asked him to get out of the vehicle.

Dugan claimed he didn’t have to get out of the car until police gave him a reason why. The officer said he would be arrested and asked him several more times to get away.

Instead he accelerated.

Watch the video below:

That’s a man who doesn’t steal cars anymore.

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He paid the ultimate price for his crime.

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