Real Madrid footballer James Rodriguez lead the spanish police on a 6.3 kilometer long, 200km/h chase as he tried to get to Real's Valdebebas training complex in time for practice. The speed limit for the stretch of road was only 100km/h.
Rodriguez was driving his Audi R8 on the M-40 highway in Madrid when he passsed two officers in an unmarked vehicle who immediately started chasing him down with the siren blaring. However, Rodriguez continued speeding and drove into Madrid's training centre with the cops hot on his heels.
The cops had to flash their badges to gain entry to the training complex where they spoke with Rodriguez, who informed that he had not heard their siren as he was driving with the car's music system's volume turned up high.
The officials did not arrest Rodriguez but the Colombian footballer could see his driving license taken away for six months to a year when he comes before a judge to face punishment under Spain's Public Safety Act for his speeding antics.