Reckless YouTubing.

This is what happens when you YouTube under the influence of being a teenager.

A teen driver filmed himself driving horribly, crashing into four cars, and injuring five different people. When he was taken to a hospital for treatment of his own injuries, 18-year-old Robert Kelley uploaded the video to YouTube from his hospital bed. He called it "Me Driving Like an Idiot," but a better name for it would have been "Me Putting Evidence On YouTube Like an Idiot."

Not long after Kelley posted the video (which has since been taken down), police found it and arrested Kelley for reckless driving, driving without a license, and leaving the scene of a crash. The footage shows Kelley swerving down a state road in Florida before eventually smashing into the back of a Toyota. That's the accident that caused Kelley's injuries and landed him in the hospital.

It makes sense that teens aren't great drivers, but you'd think they'd be better at using social media without making themselves look like assholes. Of course, we know that's not the case


(by Shira Rachel Danan)

Sources: Gawker