Hunter Biden used his phone to take a photo while driving at an astounding 172 mph on a highway outside of Las Vegas, according to The Daily Mail.
On August 1, 2018, as he raced his Porsche 911 to Sin City for an encounter with numerous prostitutes, he snapped a photo of his dashboard displaying his speed.
The image was discovered on the abandoned laptop of the First Son.
Texts on the computer he left at a Delaware repair shop reveal that he coordinated with multiple escorts and invited them all to soak in his hotel hot tub.
"Cheryl" wrote in Hunter's address book, "I don't have a bathing suit and I really, really wanted to wear a cute bathing suit. But I don't have any money to buy one so then I'm just going to have to be naked right?
Even for the hooker, the orgy may have been too much; the next day, she wrote to him, "Honestly babe the problem is you have too many girls there. I understand you like a lot of girls."
She added: "That's fine do one at a time."
During the same fateful weeks-long bender in Las Vegas, he was later captured on camera describing to a prostitute how Russian drug traffickers stole one of his laptops and left him for dead in a hot tub.
After filming himself having intercourse with a hooker using his laptop in January 2019, Hunter kept the camera rolling as he described a Vegas bender in which he spent '18 days going round from penthouse suite to penthouse suite,' sometimes spending $10,000 per night.
The photograph of Hunter traveling at 172 mph is not the only image on his laptop that demonstrates his flagrant disregard for traffic laws during his drug addiction.
A photograph taken on June 12, 2018 shows him driving his new Ford Raptor truck at 35 miles per hour down Old Dominion Drive in Arlington, Virginia while clutching a charred crack pipe.
He was scheduled to fly to Los Angeles the previous day.
Among his correspondence is a June 11 United Airlines flight for $1,048.37 departing from Washington Dulles Airport. However, he missed the flight and drove to the airport late on the 12th evening.
In his 2021 autobiography titled Beautiful Things, Hunter confessed to driving and crashing during another drug-fueled bender in 2016.