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Chinese Woman Rents Ferrari, Totally Destroys It In A Few Minutes

It definitely wasn’t her lucky day!

Most of us can only fantasize about riding a Ferrari. This woman totally had her chance – and yet she messed it all up in a matter of a few minutes!

This incident recently happened in the city of Wenling, China and the video gained viral attention among social media netizens. It was definitely no ordinary accident since the car involved was a Ferrari 458.

Apparently, the woman lost control of the vehicle while she was driving in Wenling.

Source: AsiaWire

The unnamed driver rented the said luxury sports car only moments before the accident but unfortunately, she lost her control, smashing to an incoming BMW X3 “which then caused her to break through the central reservation and subsequently to crash into the traffic coming in the opposite direction,” a report said.

Everything was caught on camera and a separate clip has shown the woman capturing the moment before she began driving. She was, apparently, complimenting herself.

“First time driving a Ferrari. This truly is the most amazing feeling,” she said.

Source: AsiaWire

Although she and her female passengers weren’t hurt, we unfortunately couldn’t say the same for the poor car. It’s been badly damaged!

The rental company claims the car cost them $500,000.

Watch the video here and see for yourself:

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She lost traction because of the slippery road.

Source: AsiaWire

Netizens had mixed reactions about the video. One commenter, for example, pointed out “See, Ferraris have terrible build quality – that’s why I haven’t bought one” adding a winking emoji at the end of the sentence.

So far, it remains unclear if the woman is insured and if her coverage (if any) would pay for the damages.

It definitely wasn’t her lucky day! For her sake, we can only hope things get settled soon since this is looking like a major financial headache.

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7 Signs That You Have An Unhealthy Money Mindset

An unhealthy relationship with money could be dangerous to your lifestyle.

Money makes the world go round. Unfortunately, it can also be an unhealthy obsession for some people. Whether you prefer to spend it or save it, money affects everyone on a daily basis - and your behavior can dictate your present and future financial situation.

Poverty is not the only thing that could lead to an unhealthy money mindset. Financial experts have revealed that even rich people can have a negative relationship with cash. Here are the signs that reveal whether you have an unhealthy relationship with money.

You don't like talking about money, and when you do, it's always in a negative way

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Finland Introduces the World’s First Taxi Paid By Singing

This ride service only accepts singing as cab fare. No cash. Just you singing your heart out.

You've heard of the phrase "singing for your supper." Well, how about singing for your ride? This is literally what you will have to do if you want to ride the Fortum shuttle in Finland. This ride service only accepts singing as cab fare. No cash. Just you singing your heart out.

The service was created by Fortum, a clean energy company who transformed BMW electric cars into emission-free cabs.

The Fortum Singalong Shuttle was created to promote cleaner driving through the use of karaoke power.

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Starbucks To Ban Plastic Straws In ALL Its Stores Across The World

It’s a win for the environment – but surprisingly, some netizens are criticizing the decision!

In an effort to help reduce plastic pollution, Starbucks has officially announced that they are planning to ban plastic straws from all their stores across the world by 2020. It is estimated that the move will eliminate at least 1 billion of straws each year from the popular coffee chain’s over 28,000 branches.

Instead, Starbucks will be using “plastic lids designed for use without a straw or with non-plastic straws,” a BBC report tells us. So far, reactions have been mixed about the company’s initiative.

A big win for the environment.

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