The world has gone mad and not even respectable ultra-luxury rides that cost more than an arm and a leg such as the Bugatti Veyron are safe from tricksters that have nothing else to do.
The latest example comes from a Dutch guy that decided football freestyle tricks are in order if you do them in a classic cit – such as London – and most of all on top of an utterly expensive Bugatti Veyron. This is really disrespectful and we hope that none of his friends or acquaintances will ever believe him if he says he’s a car aficionado. The guy in the video is a 28-year-old Dutch Freestyle football player from Rotterdam, Netherlands, named Soufiane Touzani and he is mostly famous thanks to a 2005 video on YouTube that became an instant hit with the international audience and had millions of views. That one actually included new tricks that were never before seen unlike the video with the Veyron, which features rather ordinary plays.
The video at hand is actually part of the 2FastTouzani Tour powered by Trust and has the footballer tricking on a Bugatti Veyron in front of the Big Ben in London. We understand the publicity stunt – have the exquisite car in the video to attract a wider audience – but where’s the limit that separates an interesting idea from plain bad taste? We even saw they didn’t use the Super Sport version – maybe it was too expensive for them? – which took home the Guinness World Records as the fastest legal production car in the world. So, we’re actually looking at the great 8.0-liter W16 quad-turbocharged engine beast that has “just” 1,014 horsepower.