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Moron Fails To Drive Brand New $1 Million Car Away From Hurricane Ian

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The devastation wrought by Ian is no laughing matter; the monster storm has raged for the last 24 hours and left destruction in its wake. People are dying and 2.5 million are without power. Forgive me if I don’t give a single fig about Ernie’s McLarin P1.

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While authorities are noting that fatalities will be “in the hundreds”, this dumbass watched as his brand new car was swept away by flood waters down a street lined with mansions.

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This guy, who has an entire damn fleet of stupidly expensive cars, posted the video on his Instagram account. He noted that just a week ago it only had 300 miles on it and was priced at over $1 million.

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On Wednesday night, Ernie showed images of his neighborhood as Ian moved into it. Streets were rivers, garages were flooded, and his vehicles were submerged in water.

As the bright yellow car drifted down the street, he captioned, “Car went thru the garage.”

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Most users noted that “cars are replaceable” and that they “hope everyone is alright”. Others were equally dumb and wrote “that’s heartbreaking.” Obviously the only thing that matters? “Most important that you and your family are safe,” said one user.

Before the hurricane, Ernie had posted images making light of the natural disaster. “My hurricane supply car #p1,” he wrote. It wasn’t long before snarky comments started popping up on his posts, especially one about getting ready for the storm.

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In that post, the one about his “hurricane supply care”, the comments ranged from, “that didn’t age well” to “it’s the hurricane’s car now.”

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Ian hit shore as a Category 4 storm and has been downgraded by the National Hurricane Center early Thursday morning. It is now a tropical storm.

The storm is heading northeast at around 8mph and is currently near Cape Canaveral with maximum wind speeds of 65mph.

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It may regain strength as it approaches the Carolinas on Friday.

The cost of this storm is expected to hit near $260 billion.

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And one stupid, moronically purchased car.

Written by Kate Hackett

Actor. Writer. Producer. Human bean. See more at www.katehackett.com