Porsche Cayman goes for a swim in the Czech Republic image

A weird parking space has been found for a Porsche Cayman in the Czech Republic which was kind of… moist.

The famous “sleep with the fishes” phrase from an even more famous movie is attracting more followers these days and even if this seems hard to believe, some people prefer to park their cars into lakes or ponds. We’re just kidding because their rides end up there after their drivers think they’ve got good reflexes and excellent driving skills which, as our Car Crashes section “suggests”, they don’t.

The most recent example of an exotic ride being crashed is coming from Senov, in the Czech Republic, where a Porsche Cayman is our main star. This is probably one of the cleanest car crashes written about but we’re sure that the service bill will be quite high in this case, if the owner decides he wants it back. I’m curious about the Czech fishing law because if you catch the Cayman with a rod, can you keep it? Or it’s simply catch and release?

For those of you who don’t know what a Cayman is, we’ll tell you that it is better than a Boxster but not as good as the 911. The model has been in production since 2005 but the second generation has been unveiled last year, in Geneva. The Cayman is currently offered with a 2.7L unit in the regular versin and with a 3.4L in the Cayman S. Both engines are available with a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed PDK dual-clutch.

Image Source: Wrecked Exotics