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Burst sewage pipe destroys $134K Audi: video

It got turned into a Porta-Audi.

A $134,000 sports car in Russia resembled a mobile septic tank after a burst pipe inundated the luxury whip with sewer water, as seen in odiferous footage with over 376,000 views on Instagram.

“The sewage pipe snapped and broke the window,” responding officer Andrei Podshivalov exclaims in the clip, Jam Press reported. “And the car is filling up with feces, literally.”

The resultant footage, filmed in an underground parking garage, shows a lime-green Audi whose back window has been busted by a burst pipe. Meanwhile, the severed toilet tube above is waterfalling sewer water and excrement into the car’s rear compartment, filling it to the brim like a lavish lavatory on wheels.

"The sewage pipe snapped and broke the window," responding officer Andrei Podshivalov exclaims in the clip. “And the car is filling up with feces, literally.”
“The sewage pipe snapped and broke the window,” responding officer Andrei Podshivalov exclaims in the clip. “And the car is filling up with feces, literally.”
Jam Press Vid/@yardrey
The owner of the vehicle has not been identified.
The owner of the vehicle has not been identified.

Thankfully, the vehicle’s owner was not present for the foul incident, though surely they received the surprise of their lives upon returning to the parking lot.

Meanwhile, the car-destroying poop deluge made waves online.

“S–t happens,” quipped one viewer of the fecal flood, while another wrote, “this is some crap.”

“It hurts to watch,” said one traumatized luxury car-lover. Meanwhile, one social media sleuth postulated that someone had purposefully turned their whip into a water closet as “revenge.” It’s yet unclear how the pipe burst or if the car was damaged beyond repair.

The car's back compartment filled to the brim with sewage.
The car’s back compartment filled to the brim with sewage.
Jam Press Vid/@yardrey

This isn’t the first time someone’s expensive car has been inundated something awful.

In September, a Florida man revealed that his brand new $1 million McLaren P1 supercar was swept away during Hurricane Ian — with only 300 miles on the waterlogged odometer.

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