DMO Deejay eggs on driver as car hurtles along motorway at 204MPH

‘F*** the police!’ YouTuber DMO Deejay eggs on Mercedes driver as car hurtles along British motorway at 204MPH

  • DMO Deejay posted the shock footage to his 230,000 Instagram fans last night
  • In the clip, the YouTuber is seen encouraging the unnamed driver to go faster
  • He screams ‘f*** the police’ as the Mercedes e63s hurtles along the motorway  
  • A fan who saw the now-deleted clip called the driving ‘criminally irresponsible’
  • Just a fortnight ago DMO was filmed in a mass brawl at the Vmax200 car rally
  • He was seen throwing punches at a rival driver as they rowed over whose vehicle was fastest
  • And in July DMO was slammed for bringing the M60 to a standstill in a convoy of 500 cars which had stopped to pose for selfies

This is the heart-stopping moment a super car carrying YouTube star DMO Deejay hurtles along a British motorway at 204mph. 

In the shocking clip, DMO eggs on the unnamed driver as he puts his foot down and the top of the range Mercedes e63s hits three times the UK speed limit.

In the footage shared last night with his 230,000 Instagram followers, DMO who is in the car with UK rapper ‘Mist’, 28, and two friends, shouts: ‘F*** the police’. 


YouTuber DMO Deejay posted this footage on Instagram of an unnamed driver roaring through the gears and hitting speeds of 204mph on a British motorway, which is three times the limit

A fan who saw the now-deleted clip told MailOnline: ‘This is criminally irresponsible. They could so easily kill someone. What if a tyre burst and they lost control?’ 

‘Whoever was driving needs to be taken off the road by the police right now.’ 

Just a fortnight ago petrol-head DMO was involved in a mass brawl at a car meet when he was seen goading a rival over whose vehicle was the fastest. 

DMO Deejay is a self-confessed petrol head with a fleet of luxury, high speed sports cars

He was filmed at the Vmax200 car meet at the Kendrew Barracks in Rutland, East Midlands, on October 24, when groups of drivers began fighting each other.

In that incident DMO was seen at the event – which sees sports car owners try to reach top speeds in their vehicles – throwing a punch at rival drivers.

DMO identified himself as the person who was punched first and claims it was sparked when he went over to gloat to his rival, ‘my car dusted yours’.

He admitted he approached the man to gloat over clocking a top speed of 209mph, beating his rival’s 207mph. 

He confessed: ‘Let me defend myself at least. I’m not going to sit there and get f***ing beaten up am I? What would you do if you was in that situation [sic]? 

And in July, DMO Deejay was slammed for bringing the M60 to a standstill to pose for selfies. 

He was caught on camera with a group of boy-racers holding up the entire carriageway to take photos with a convoy of 500 cars.

That time DMO claimed they stopped because his car ‘overheated’. However, social media users called them ‘idiots’. 

A video of that incident posted on social media showed people jumping out of their cars to take photos with one climbing on top of his Range Rover and even using the central reservation to get better shots.

DMO Deejay (pictured), who has 230,000 Instagram followers, has been involved in a number of vehicle-related incidents over the past few months 

The scene caused gridlock not just on the M60 but also on the nearby M67 and M66 motorways due to the amount of traffic. Some drivers reported being stuck for up to 90 minutes.

Police branded the scene ‘frankly unacceptable’. Superintendent Jane Higham said: ‘This disregard for the rest of the public is shocking and will not be tolerated.’ 

But the force was criticised by local MP Andrew Gwynne for failing to break up the gathering.

Mr Gwynne, Labour MP for Denton and Reddish, said: ‘Greater Manchester Police must be seeking the award for the most inept police force in the country. They supposedly have a specific unit that is tasked with monitoring social media to alert the force of any illegal events.

He was involved in a mass brawl at the Vmax200 car rally at the Kendrew Barracks in Rutland, East Midlands, on October 24, when rivals fought each other over who had the fastest vehicle


In that incident DMO was seen at the event – which sees sports car owners try to reach top speeds in their vehicles – throwing a punch at rival drivers. DMO identified as himself as the person who was punched first and claims it was sparked when he went over to gloat to his rival

‘Given that this event was advertised on Facebook before it happened, it makes you wonder what social media they are actually monitoring.’ 

The married ex-sales manager at a Dixons in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, claimed on social media that the convoy stopped only because everyone was worried about him as his car overheated and wanted to show ‘support’. 

He added: ‘I pulled over and because we were in such a deep convoy, they all stopped too. At the time I wasn’t thinking about them, I was thinking my car was about to blow up, I needed to pull over. By the time I looked back, there were more than 500 cars behind me, just stopped.’ 


In a separate incident in July DMO was among a group of boy racers caught on camera holding up an entire carriageway of the M60 Greater Manchester for 90 minutes to take selfies (above)

People expressed disbelief on social media with police branding the scene ‘unacceptable’. Superintendent Jane Higham said: ‘This disregard for the rest of the public is shocking.’

But those watching the footage appeared unconvinced that the ‘hold up’ was anything other than deliberate. One said: ‘I hope the police get hold of their details and fine them.’

Police said they were investigating what they describe as an illegal car cruising event but no arrests have yet been made.

In last night’s latest incident speeding incident, DMO, from Birmingham, declined to comment. 

An Instagram post from him suggested the footage had been taken on an autobahn in Germany where the government recommends a maximum speed limit of 80mph.

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