Three Bentleys in wedding convoy wrecked in a £1million pileup

The wedding crasher: Three Bentleys in a nuptial convoy are wrecked in a ‘£1million pileup’ after drivers slammed on the brakes to avoid a jaywalking pensioner

  • Jaywalking woman caused a costly rear-end collision in Fujian, China on Tuesday
  • Each of the Bentleys was worth about £458,000 when they were purchased
  • Luckily no one was hurt in the accident but repairs would cost about £22,900

A jaywalking woman has caused a costly collision involving three Bentleys in south-east China.

The luxury cars, part of a wedding convoy, were travelling in the city of Jinjiang, Fujian province on Tuesday when the pensioner walked in front of the vehicles. 

The driver in the first Bentley slammed on the brake and was able to avoid hitting the woman. However, the drivers of the second and third Bentley were unable to stop in time and rear-ended the cars in front. Fortunately, no one was hurt.

A jaywalking woman has caused a costly collision involving three Bentleys in south-east China

The third vehicle suffered the most damage with a completely shattered right headlight


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Each of the Bentleys was worth an estimated 4 million yuan (£458,000) when they were purchased, according to China News, making the total value of the vehicles more than a whopping 10 million yuan (£1.1 million). 

It would cost about 200,000 yuan (£22,900) to repair the vehicles, according to the car owners.  

Video footage of the incident shows the three black Bentleys, decorated with red ribbons and flowers, travelling at low speed on a busy road at about 10:40am near a market. It is believed that there were no passengers on the vehicles.


The driver in the first Bentley slammed on the brake and was able to avoid hitting the woman

Instead of using a pedestrian crossing, the elderly woman was seen trying to get to the opposite side by walking into busy traffic. Fortunately, no one was hurt in the accident

Instead of using a pedestrian crossing, the elderly woman was seen trying to get to the opposite side by walking into busy traffic. 

The first car stopped in time and avoided hitting the woman, but was pushed forward by the two Bentleys behind it. 

Photos show the third vehicle suffering the most damage with a completely shattered right headlight. 

The three drivers were fortunately unhurt in the accident and have agreed to negotiate the compensation among themselves, according to the report.  

Due to sky-high prices charged by automobile companies and heavy taxes, car buyers in China often pay more than double the price for their exclusive ride than elsewhere in the world. 

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