SUV Maserati por valor de £ 70k destruido después de que un conductor ebrio choca contra un semáforo

SHOCKING pictures have been released by police showing a mangled Maserati SUV.

The £70,000 motor crashed in Birmingham and the driver gave a positive breath test after being arrested.

This Maserati was in a right state after its driver crashed while drunk

This Maserati was in a right state after its driver crashed while drunkCrédito: SWNS

The images show the smashed-up Maserati Levante after it destroyed a set of railings and collided with a traffic light pole.

West Midlands Police tweeted the pictures of the scene following Sunday morning’s (2nd October) crash as a warning.

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Ellos tuitearon: “This is a good example of the dangers of drink driving.

This Maserati Levante collided with crash railings at Bristol Street this morning.

The driver received minor injuries & was arrested for a positive breath test then failed to provide a sample in custody. #DontDrinkDrive.

People weren’t happy with the driver’s actions in the comments on Twitter, saying he hadmore money than sense”.

Baz wrote: “Unreal, I hope these photos haunt him for years to come but I bet it’s not the first time he’s done it.

User PenaltyTicket said: “With wealth comes entitlement, and with entitlement comes privilege, and with privilege comes the right to do whatever you want. NO. Prison please.

Brendan Sky wrote: “I feel the term ‘more money than sensewas invented for this rich half-wit.

The Maserati Levante starts at around £70,000 but can cost as much as £130k

The Maserati Levante starts at around £70,000 but can cost as much as £130kCrédito: SWNS
The Police tweeted: "This is a good example of the dangers of drink driving."

The Police tweeted: “This is a good example of the dangers of drink driving.Crédito: SWNS