For those people wondering if karma still exists, blog Celebrity Net Worth posted this poetic example of "carma" recorded earlier this year.
Documented in both pictures and a video that racked up more than 400,000 views, one sports car owner's moment of impatience turned into hours worth of embarrassment after a Porsche 911 got itself stuck in a patch of wet concrete.
The Porsche was stuck behind a line of cars in San Francisco's Marina district when the driver decided to take a shortcut through a construction zone. While the pavement may have seemed dry enough to the hurrying commuter, it quickly became apparent that the situation was far sticker than it originally appeared.
However, according to Yahoo!, the driver had it coming.
"It was coned off," notes Bobswire, a user of the Paceline bike forums, according to Yahoo's Motoramic blog. "He was just trying to sneak in from a side street. [The] concrete looked solid."
In front of a crowd of onlookers, a crew of construction workers toiled to move the vehicle. The driver, however, refused to get out of the car, both to prevent cement from seeping into the interior and perhaps to preserve a bit of dignity.
"This has got to be the most embarrassing day of this guy's life," narrates a bystander who later posted the video of the automotive rescue efforts to YouTube.
According to Kelly Blue Book, a 2013 Porsche with standard options costs upward of $80,000, with more luxe versions topping $100,000. According to the Daily Mail, the car from the video probably needed to have its entire undercarriage and brake system replaced.
The humorous incident was spotted originally by Jim Gorzelany, an automotive writer for Forbes.