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Jamaica's Olympic 100m champion Usain Bolt reacts after winning the 100m men at the IAAF Compeed Golden Gala at Stadio Olimpico on May 31, 2012 in Rome, Italy. (Photo by Paolo Bruno/Getty Images)

The fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt, was involved in another car crash in Jamaica. This time “the most naturally gifted athlete the world has ever seen” as he calls himself crashed his BMW into a guardrail after leaving a party in Kingston, Jamaica. He was unharmed in the accident. Police ruled out intoxication as the cause after arriving on the scene, but the citizens of the country are not so forgiving of the athlete. They want justice to be served in some way. Deadspin has the story:

Usain Bolt is “the most naturally gifted athlete the world has ever seen,” according to Usain Bolt. But while the Jamaican sprinter has certainly been blessed by the gods of speed and victory, it seems he missed the lottery for skills typically associated with mere mortals. Like humility, for starters. And driving.

In 2009, the sprinter crashed—nay, flipped—his BMW into a ditch off a highway in Jamaica. Luckily he survived with only a few scratches on the balls of his feet. This time he’s caught some flak for crashing yet another BMW into a guard rail after leaving a popular party in Jamaica’s capital, Kingston. After the police ruled out alcohol, they’re still not sure what could have caused the accident. Bolt doesn’t know what happened either. Reports say he issued a sketchy statement to the police after the accident and has offered no further explanation. Bolt was unharmed.

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