You have to be a little careful if you own a supercar.
General public opinion holds that if you drive a high-dollar exotic, you may be a member of what Jay Leno likes to call the "more money than brains club." However you came by your money or however you drive, people may accuse you of being hotheaded and ostentatious, and Japan is no exception. Scarce comfort indeed for the owner of a certain Lamborghini Gallardo in Hiroshima - he just got picked up by the fuzz for speeding.
JNN/TBS identifies the driver as one Mikami Tadao, a 38-year-old president of a manufacturing company in Hiroshima. The cops didn't catch him in the act, though. In fact, his high-speed hijinx occurred over two years ago, in January 2010, according to the Asahi Shimbun. He would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren't for the unfortunate fact that he recorded a video of himself doing it and posted it to Youtube. Apparently someone watched the video and reported the driver to the authorities. This is not the first time this has happened. How fast was he going? Well, the speed limit on that stretch of road was a mere 60 kph (about 37 miles per hour) and the video showed that the subject's 10-cylinder Italian bovine was traveling at 156 kph (97 miles per hour).