Moscow Region: silver-spooners exceed aircraft speed on their way to airport
A video of a car going with the speed of almost 300 km/h was published on Instagram.
In the Moscow Region, a BMW SUV accelerated to almost 300 km/h – the driver allegedly hurried to the airport. User majorka_777 posted the video on Instagram. The car surpassed the speed of a Boeing 747 on takeoff.
“When you are in a hurry to another world and do not appreciate what you have,” one of the commentators wrote under the video majorka_777 captioned with “when you are in a hurry to the airport.”
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