Silverspooners driving cherry-colored Hummer on Moscow State University lawns
There are 25 recorded traffic violations and 5 unpaid fines the Hummer's owner has to account for.
Witnesses have recorded yet another video of traffic violations committed by an unidentified Hummer driver riding along the snow-covered lawn outside the Moscow State University.
It is noteworthy that cherry-colored Hummer is of quite rare SUV model H1.
The car was roaming the lawns and then drove back to the regular road through a pedestrian crossing. As a result, Hummer got bogged down in a snowdrift.
The car's number plate can be seen on the recording. However, Moscow law enforcement officers' reaction to the incident is not yet known.
Life notes that there are 25 traffic violations the car's owner has to account for, including 5 unpaid fines.
The video was posted on YouTube on December 10; about 15 million users has watched it so far.
Video: Rich kids driving cherry-colored Hummer on Moscow State University lawns
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