The driver was arrested Monday in Hiroshima, more than four months after posting the video, according to a police spokesman.
If convicted, the driver could face a 100,000 yen ($1,260) fine or as much as six months in jail.
The police didn’t identify the speeder, but did say he was a 38-year-old executive at a Hiroshima-based company. He was zooming by cars at 97 miles per hour in a expressway tunnel, which has a speed limit of 37 miles per hour. The car can top out at speeds of 211 miles per hour.
“He enjoyed the roar of the engine and the excessive speed,” a police spokesman told Bloomberg News.
A few months ago, a Japanese doctor was busted after uploading a video that showed him speeding in a Ferrari. A joyrider in Canada also recently ran into trouble after posting a video of himself traveling 124 miles per houe. He was slapped with a reckless driving citation.
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This article originally published at The Daily Dot