Ben Affleck son, 10, crashes Lamborghini into BMW on day trip with dad and J-Lo

Actor Ben Affleck and fiancé Jennifer Lopez were out shopping for luxury automobiles over the weekend with Affleck’s young son tagging along, and it didn’t take long for the 10-year-old to act… well, like a 10-year-old.

Affleck was scoping out a very yellow Lamborghini Urus at 777 Exotics, which starts at $230,000, in Los Angeles on Sunday — for those on a budget, you can rent the luxury sports car for a cool $1,475 per day. At one point, he let his son, Samuel Garner Affleck, sit in the driver’s seat of the RUNNING vehicle while Lopez got into the back seat. Once inside, the younger Affleck put the car into reverse and it slowly rolled backward striking a BMW parked directly behind it.

The entire incident was captured by TMZ photographers who caught the family shopping a variety of luxury vehicles, eventually getting drawn in by the  yellow Lamborghini Urus.

Here is video shared on YouTube that captured the incident:

Samuel is Affleck’s youngest child with ex-wife Jennifer Garner. The former couple also has two daughters, Violet, 16, and Seraphina, 13.

An Affleck representative told TMZ that there was no damage from the vehicles making contact — it appears that the Lamborghini struck the other vehicle’s tire.  An employee from the dealership told the New York Post that the cars in their lot are parked tightly together.

“When [Samuel] got into the car, it jerked back and forth,” the employee said. “We have a small lot and the cars are close.”

Ben Affleck was seen in the video going back to inspect any damage from the contact before resuming his discussion with a salesman at the dealership.

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