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Bentley gets stuck in flooded road in Phoenix

PHOENIX (KSAZ) - It's the first thing that comes to mind when you see when a priceless car and a flood of runoff rain meet.

"That is really crazy," one girl said.

The driver, admitting he's too embarrassed to go on camera, says he learned the hard way when he was coming down 19th Avenue right before McDowell Road.

He says he knew the water was deep but was doing just fine until a massive truck rolled by too fast and created a wave that swelled over the hood of his Bentley.

Some motorists passing by didn't feel bad. In fact, they suggested he deserved it.

"I think he's an idiot, yeah that's pretty stupid," a man and woman said.

Others say they sympathize with the driver.

"That's crazy, I couldn't imagine the driver," one girl said. "I'm sure that he was shocked. He or she, whoever, it is is surprised about what happened to their car."