A Ferrari 458 Spider, worth over $300,000, was crashed by a couple in England who reportedly rented the car for their wedding day.
Shocking photos have surfaced showing the sports car wrecked after the couple reportedly crashed it into a brick house in Burnley, Lancashire, on April 17.
According to Lancashire Road Police, the couple was not injured in the crash, but the supercar was in bad shape following the accident.
The car is believed to be owned by a car company operated by 21-year-old Aleem Iqbal, also known as "Lord Aleem" online, and his father. The company, Platinum Exclusive Travel, offers rentals of luxury cars from companies such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce and Bentley.
Iqbal later tweeted about the incident.
"At least people in Burnley have something to talk about for a few weeks," he wrote.
"The show still goes on," he added, with a laughing emoji, according to The Mirror.
Iqbal confirmed that nobody was injured in the accident and that he was not behind the wheel during the crash. He added that the car is expected to be "back on the road in three weeks," Daily Mail notes.