Vinnie Jones wants to fine “b***end” £50 for “rescuing” a friend’s Lamborghini.
Vinnie Jones has a reputation for being a tough guy thanks to his time with Wimbledon and roles in movies like Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, but he recently assisted a motorist in need.
Vinnie Jones may be a Hollywood hard nut, but he played the hero instead of the villain when he rescued a friend’s Lamborghini from a muddy field – and then tried to fine him £50.
Jones, 57, first gained a reputation as a tough bruiser while playing for Leeds United, Chelsea, and Wimbledon, where he famously assisted the ‘Crazy Gang’ in their 1989 FA Cup final victory over Liverpool.
In Hollywood, he’s continued the theme, starring in thrillers like Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch, and X-Men.
Jones was miles away from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood on Sunday, when he shared a video of a friend’s Lamborghini stuck in a muddy, and presumably English, field.
Jones posted a video to Twitter of an expensive Lamborghini stuck in its trucks in the middle of a churned-up meadow.
“Here we have a Lamborghini, stuck in the field, being pulled out by a Land Rover, as is normal,” Jones says at the start of the video.
“He claims it has off-road capabilities.”
I stated that a tractor would not be able to pass through there.
Let us know in the comments if a footballer has ever saved you from a disaster.
“All we can do now is hope the rope doesn’t snap.”
Jones shouts, “GO ON,” as his Land Rover begins to pull the Lamborghini out of the muck.
“Come on, the Land Rover has already done it.
“Ride the Landy,” says the narrator.
Jones continued, “Lamborghini up your arse,” after the supercar was free of the mud and back on solid ground.
“Look at that old Lamborghini, look at that old Lamborghini, look at that old Lamborghini, look at that old Land Rover, fantastic.”
The Hollywood star then turns his attention to the driver of the car, making a joke about a possible fine for his services.
“Then there’s the b***end,” says the narrator.
“Take a look at that,” Jones says, pointing the camera at the criminal.
“All right, you want to buy my Land Rover?”
“There will be a £50 fine.”
Someone else can be heard in the background joking, “I feel like a movie star today.”
There’s always a happy ending in Hollywood.