Tweeting Peaches escapes ‘full on’ LA car crash
Bob Geldof’s girl survives high speed adventure but keeps world fully informed
One of the most brazen instances of 'Self-Incrimination by Twitter' has just been witnessed in California where Peaches Geldof, the hard-partying daughter of former rock star and Saviour of Africa Bob Geldof, narrowly escaped injury in a "full on car crash" moments after boasting on Twitter: "Speeding like I have never, ever witnessed before on the freeway - feel like I'm in a scary car chase video game."
It seems that the driver - an unnamed member of the gang of friends Peaches calls her 'I Don't Give A Fuck crew' or IDGAF for short - allowed her foot to slip off the pedal at high speed, sending the car into a 360-degree spin across three lanes of the freeway.
The gang were en route to Disneyworld in Los Angeles when the crash occurred. With no one injured, they continued on their way, Peaches quickly tweeting: "Just actually experienced a full on car carsh [sic] with the IDGAF crew. Wow, I guess we really don't GAF."
Just in case anyone was left in any doubt about the circumstances of the accident, the driver herself then wrote: "I was just trying to get us all to Disney on time! My creeper slipped on the pedals! Its not my fault!" She later messaged that she had "almost killed" Peaches and the three other passengers.
Peaches finished up her junior reporter assignment with yet another message: "Honestly can't believe were alive after that. And that the front of the car is totally fucked up and yet were still carrying on to Disney!?"
Other members of the IGDAF gang joined in the fun with "The front of the car is all mangled and smoking maybe we can use it as a barbie?" and - final word from the driver - 'Lol @ death.'
That's 'Laugh out loud at death' for the uninitiated.
Now if only Tiger Woods had tweeted exactly what was happening when he smashed up the front of his car - think of the trouble it would have saved. ·
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