When you think of a Lamborghini, you typically visualize a Huracan or a Gallardo being piloted by a young, successful entrepreneur zooming down the streets of an affluent neighborhood.
Very rarely do you picture two sweet little grandmothers shredding the streets of Los Angeles in a blacked-out Lamborghini Murcielago.
In a recent video uploaded to YouTube by Donut Media, that's exactly what went down.
Two grannies, Audrey Linden and Peggy Glenn, buckled up for a quick errand run around the city. Only, they weren't cruising in granny's old 2001 Toyota Corolla.
Instead, they're somehow given access to a Murcielago bearing about 572-horsepower, all bottled up in a 6.2-liter V12 engine.
After nearly accelerating through their garage before pulling out of the driveway, the grannies eventually made it to the supermarket.
The only problem is, they couldn't figure out where to put their groceries -- just like this guy who drove a $1.4 million Pagani to Whole Foods.
If that isn't a rich people problem, I'm not sure what is.