Eriksson said he was a passenger in the Ferrari, which he said was being driven by a German acquaintance he knew only as Dietrich.
Eriksson told authorities that "Dietrich" ran up a hill toward the canyon road and disappeared. Brooks said detectives are far from convinced they have the whole story.
I'm just glad that Stephan had the sense to hand over the keys to a $1,000,000 US car (660 BHP!) when he was too tipsy to drive. Though one must blame the alcohol for his failure to inquire as to who, exactly this Dietrich was. An honest mistake.
Frankly, if someone did that to my Enzo, I would not be sitting on the side of the road when the Sherrif rolls up. I'd be still in the front seat punching "Dietrich" like a pinata until a new Ferrari falls out.
Yeah, the most likely explanation is the one the article hints heavily at — "Dietrich" is someone made up to avoid a DUI conviction.ReplyDelete
"My Scooby-Doo detectives are looking closely into that" is a pretty awesome quote, but it also makes it more likely that Dietrich is actually Mr. Willikers.