ow not to drive in Moscow: Russian driver facing jail after police track him down from his dashcam videos
Daily Mail Reporter
09:49 GMT, 10 February 2013
08:01 GMT, 11 February 2013
A reckless Russian driver has been caught red-handed after he posted videos online of his antics.
The self-styled Black Devil cruised around Moscow in a black Porsche Cayenne and uploaded videos of his hair-raising exploits on YouTube.
However, the game was up when the suspect, identified by police as 21-year-old Nikolay Mustafin, was detained early on Friday morning driving at high speed without license plates.
The Black Devil speeds through the streets of Moscow in the YouTube video, pictured
The reckless driver appears to be on a collision course with oncoming traffic, pictured
The suspect, identified by police as a 21-year-old student Nikolay Mustafin, is seen darting between cars
In a video uploaded two weeks ago, the Black Devil is seen careering across lanes and ignoring traffic lights in Moscow.
According to Russia Today, the suspect was identified after a man saw a TV report featuring the Black Devil's video clip and called police, claiming to know his address.
Mustafin originally denied he was the culprit, saying he did not own a car. He was later released without charge.
However, he was later caught as he left his home driving the Porsche Cayenne.
The suspect was allegedly showing off and arguing with police during and after his arrest.
In a video uploaded on YouTube two weeks ago, the Black Devil speeds around in a Porsche Cayenne, pictured
The court sentenced Mustafin to 10 days behind bars for administrative offenses.
However, the prison sentence could be the beginning if police can prove that the Black Devil in the videos is Mustafin.
Many online commentators are concerned that the punishment will only create more publicity for the reckless driver.
The Black Devil first rose to fame in 2010 with a six-minute video of his aggressive driving on a Moscow highway. It included a wheelie into oncoming traffic.