True Love Found: Guy Parks BMW In Living Room To Save It From Hurricane Matthew
As Hurricane Matthew reached Florida's coast, people started abandoning their stores and vehicles to save themselves from its rage. The Storm brought with it dangerous winds and flooding, but some people didn't leave the things they loved; especially their vehicles. What's more interesting is that they parked the vehicles inside their living room.
A photo posted by Randy (@jalilsup) on Oct 7, 2016 at 9:37am PDT
Hurricane Matthew hit earlier this week, and vehicle enthusiasts started shacking up their cars before the storm did any damage. While some riders stuffed their vehicles in their garage to save them from the tropical storm, others like Instagram user Jalilsup did something unpredictable.
As the storm hit, Randy 'Jalilsup' took his pristine BMW E30 M3 right to his home, quite literally. To save it from any damage, he drove his BMW through the front door of his house and parked it right inside the Living-room. Once the hurricane passed his town, Randy again drove the E30 back out.
According to AbcNews, a couple in Miami did something similar and put their vehicle in their living room. 55 year old Adriana with his fiance Gary and his teenage daughter were bracing for the worst on Thursday, when Gary came up with the wild idea of parking Adriana's car 'Toyota Venza' in his Living room. Gary had a one-car garage but it already housed his vehicle. As he didn't want to leave Adriana's new silver sedan outside, Gary came up with this idea.
Officials still believe the storm is extremely dangerous. At other places, people haven't been that lucky. Reports related to moderate damage has emerged in the Daytona International Speedway. There has been damage to signage, fences, gates, lights, speakers, awnings and palm trees, an official of the track said earlier. Severe damage was also reported along the New Smyrna Speedway.