Teenager Charged with Stealing Guy Fieri's Lamborghini

The 17-year-old, who owned the storage unit where the car was found, is in deep trouble

Guy Fieri, Whose Stolen Lamborghini Was Finally Found

Now those not-so-smart joy rides in Guy Fieri's bright yellow Lamborghini make sense; a 17-year-old is being charged with the infamous theft of Fieri's Lamborghini.

The Marin Independent Journal reports that Max Michael Wade, the teenager who owned the storage unit where investigators found the car, is being charged with the theft, and with several more serious crimes.

Wade, who was arrested for shooting into an occupied vehicle last Saturday, was charged as an adult yesterday with theft and with two counts of attempted murder.

The storage unit where the Lamborghini was found also contained an two assault rifles and a San Francisco police uniform and badge.

The Lamborghini theft occured last year, when the teenager allegedly rappelled down the roof of a car dealership, entered through a window, and drove away with the $200,000 car. Teenagers these days.