This week, one of Cristiano Ronaldo’s colleagues had a bad case of “Mondays at the Office,” driving his Bugatti Veyron into a brick wall. The only positive aspect of the accident is that no one was wounded.
The tragedy happened on a small street in the resort of Sa Coma at about 11 p.m. on Monday, June 20. Cristiano Ronaldo and his family spent the weekend on holiday in Mallorca, Spain. They’re living in a fancy villa but also spending time on his private yacht, CG MARE, which is anchored off the coast.
Ronaldo arranged for private transportation for the family’s time
He land by having two of his cars sent there from his home: a Mercedes-Benz G-Class and the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, which is probably his favorite. The latter was involved in the collision because it allegedly came out of a tight turn at too high a speed, and the driver lost control, crashing into a brick wall. Photos from the accident scene may be found in the Daily Mail, but they can also be found in the tweet below.
Cristiano Ronaldo was said to be nowhere near the accident location. The car was being delivered to him at the time of the collision, according to the tab. No one was hurt, there was no other vehicle involved, and the bodyguard took full responsibility for the (expensive) mistake.
Where does the car smash?
“The car of Cristiano Ronaldo smashed into a wall, but there was only little damage and no one was hurt, and the driver accepted full responsibility,” a source said. All of the information about the collision is on file with Bunyola Town Hall police and the Civil Guard, according to the informant.
Not that the damage to the Veyron makes it any less painful, but Cristiano Ronaldo owns a stunning collection of high-end automobiles, including Bugattis. When rumors surfaced that he was the mysterious buyer of the one-of-a-kind Voiture Noire, Bugatti responded by claiming he was “one of the Bugatti family.” A Chiron and a Centodieci are also among Ronaldo’s possessions.
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