A £150,000 Lamborghini Murcielago smashed into a group of parked cars on Globe Road in Holbeck, Leeds, at 8.13am yesterday morning.
The 31-year-old male driver of the high-powered supercar reportedly careered into a parked Ford Focus and Vauxhall Astra, suffering minor injuries and badly damaging the rare Italian exotic.
Amateur photographer Paul Inskip stumbled upon the scene after dropping his girlfriend off at a nearby hospital in Leeds.
He rounded a corner and came across the white Lamborghini being loaded onto the back of a recovery vehicle.
Paul, 39, said to the Halifax Courier: "Obviously I was surprised to see this Lamborghini hanging from mid-air smashed to pieces."
The crash ripped the front and rear bumpers from the 640bhp supercar, with damage also clearly done to both axles and the suspension.
A Spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said: "At 8.13am this morning, police were notified about a collision on Globe Road, Leeds in which a Lamborghini vehicle struck a number of parked cars.
"The 31-year-old male driver of the Lamborghini suffered slight injuries in the incident. A Ford Focus and Vauxhall Astra, which were both parked at the time, were substantially damaged and needed to be recovered.
The insurance bill is likely to be eye-wateringly expensive but not as bad as the group of Ferrari drivers that were involved in the world's most expensive car crash in 2011.
The total cost of the pile-up, that included eight Ferraris and a Lamborghini Diablo, was said to have totalled £2.6 million.