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You never know what you’ll witness in L.A.: a famous celebrity, someone defacing Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame Star, or a car chase so absurd it seems straight out of out Grand Theft Auto V.
Thursday’s two hour-long pursuit began when someone reported a residential burglary in Cerritos. Soon police were following two suspects as they drove through rain in a Ford Mustang convertible with the top down.
But instead of simply stepping on the gas, the driver—who gave not a single fuck—did multiple donuts on busy Sunset Boulevard.
Later, a TMZ tour bus obliviously cut off these two dudes as they were trying to enjoy the remaining minutes of their freedom. Ultimately, the car lost a tire and the men were apprehended, but not before getting hugs and high-fives from bystanders (and taking a few selfies).
“I have been involved in a lot of pursuits but I haven’t seen anything quite like that,” said Dennis Zine, a former city councilman and LAPD officer, to the Los Angeles Times. “The high-fives at the end were ridiculous.”
May you live on in Internet infamy, dudes.
Elijah Watson is an internet culture and entertainment reporter. His work has been published by the Daily Beast, Vice, Complex, Bustle, Uproxx, and Okayplayer.