A Florida man drove his Ferrari car from the pier towards the sea
Last month, James Mucciaccio from Deerfield Beach, Florida drove his Ferrari 360 to the end of the dock in Palm Beach. The information obtained in the incident was related to Mucciaccio’s motivation for religiosity, and that was part of his nature.
Mucciaccio, 48, was in Palm Beach with his car on December 26th. A police officer warned Mucciaccio not to park his vehicle in there. Mucciaccio, who apologized to the officer, drove his sports car towards the sea and fell into the sea instead of getting out of the way.
Mucciaccio managed to get out of the car before it sank and was handed over to the police officers by two fishermen around. Mucciaccio thought of the police officer as an Egyptian who does not believe in Jesus, and therefore he drove towards the sea because of this.
According to WPTV, Mucciaccio told the police officer “Jesus told me to go to a small window. Jesus made me the smartest man in the world. I have many responsibilities and it is very difficult to have those responsibilities. Money will become meaningless. ”
The sinking Ferrari 360 was removed by the police and under investigation. The license plate of the vehicle was placed on Mucciaccio’s other car, the Ford Mustang.
Mucciacco’s move is thought to be about the disposal of the property from the Ferrari company and an insurance fraud that has not yet taken place. Also, Mucciacco’s statements raise the possibility that he may be in a mental problem.
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