Boxer Amir Khan avoided serious injury after smashing up his £90,000 Mercedes S350 in a motorway horror crash.
The 33-year-old claimed that it was "like being hit with a combo" when his car went careering off the road and into the central reservation barrier.
He claims that the crash was caused by 'aquaplaning' after losing control of his car in wet conditions.
The crash took place between junctions 12 and 13 of the M6 southbound on Saturday night.
Khan shared images of the shocking crash on social media, with the car suffering serious damage to both the front and back.
The hood is seen lifted up and bumper hanging off.
Writing on his Instagram account, Khan said: "Thank God everyone is safe.
"A scary experience. Car lost control on the motorway #aquaplane.
"Smashing into the side of motorway barrier felt like being hit with a combo!"
It is unknown who was in the car with Khan at the time of the crash.
Khan has a wealth of luxury cars, earned from his career as one of Britain's top boxers.
He has not fought since a win against Billy Dib in Saudi Arabia in July 2019, but still plans to return to the ring.
Last month, Khan infuriated trolls by showing off his fleet of supercars on social media.
The boxing champ moaned about it raining all the time after returning home from fancy trips to Dubai and Pakistan.
He posted a video online of the downpours outside his £1.3million pad in Bolton, Lancs.
But then he panned to his £300,000 red Lamborghini Aventador and a £350,000 black Rolls Royce Phantom.
The former world light-welterweight champ – worth an estimated £22million – told his 4.1million Facebook and 1.3million Instagram followers: “Hate the rain. Go away. Our winter has started in the UK.
“If there was any place in the world, where would you want to be?”
But fans blasted him for showing off. One said: “You’re very materialistic. Try being humble.”
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