Catch Me If You Can: NYC’s Most Wanted Driver Trolls Cops In YouTube Interview

Known as ‘Squeeze.Benz’ on social media, he calls out the NYPD for their lack of driving skills on the highway and for having helicopters that can’t keep up with him

  • A reckless driver gaining notoriety for posting his antics online was featured in a YouTube interview.
  • In the video, he says that he believes he’s a professional driver and admits to several crimes.
  • The driver, who goes by the social media name Squeeze Benz, says that his strategy for evading police involves taking advantage of “rookie” cops.

Many drivers engage in reckless behavior from time to time, but one individual in New York, known by his social media handles ‘Squeeze.Benz’ and ‘Slow benz,’ is gaining attention for taunting police officers and evading consequences.

After posting several videos featuring numerous violations, Squeeze.Benz agreed to an interview with another YouTuber known as Tommy G, who specializes in documentary-style videos. During the conversation, he discussed methods for avoiding the NYPD, explained his confidence in doing so, and rationalized why he believes his driving poses minimal risk.

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Carscoops has covered this driver and their antics twice in the past, including one incident where they performed donuts around an NYPD cruiser. In a second video, a member of a reckless group associated with this driver crashed into a wall before colliding with an innocent driver in another car.

Right after we finished this story, he posted yet another clip where he blatantly blasted through stop signs and performed donuts around a police cruiser, managing to evade capture. Now, the person gave an interview to YouTuber Tommy G.

Known as on Slow benz on YouTube and Squeeze.Benz on Instagram, he says that he’s the most wanted driver in New York right now. He takes Tommy G on a ride through part of the city in a customized Lamborghini Urus as the two discuss his antics. The two cover several topics including how he manages to evade the 25,500+ cameras in NYC.

“If I go on run from the cops I’m gonna make sure I either have altered plates or no plates at all,” he says. That’s a crime all by itself regardless of how fast or recklessly one is driving. Of course, that’s far from the worst thing that Squeeze.Benz does from a legal perspective. “I’m running red lights, I’m doing more than triple the speed limit, double the speed limit,” he says.

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How does he manage to evade police despite those crimes? Aside from what he does with his license plate, he says it comes down to outright speed at times. His strategy consists of “hopping on the highway… They’re not really built for that [high speeds], it’s a lot of real rookie cops right now…. and these guys do not know how to drive on the highway.”

He Rents Fast Cars From Turo

If that’s not trolling the NYPD then I don’t know what is. In addition to speeding and altering his plates, he evidently drives several different cars. Tommy G indicates that Benz uses Turo to rent cars and the driver replies “doing long-term rentals is just a way better route.” So finding him isn’t as simple as tracking down a single car. He even claims that he once outran a helicopter because it “only top out at 150, 140 [mph].”

It seems that until NYPD finds a way to catch him, his behavior will continue. “I’ve been doing this for so long that I feel like I… am professional at it.” He doesn’t believe that what he’s doing is taking risks. “I see it as everyday driving,” he says.

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