A husband who was having an affair died in a high-speed drink driving crash while taking his secret mistress home after a date, an inquest heard.
Father-of-two Kadeel Newby, 23, lost control of his Toyota Yaris while driving at 101mph without wearing a seat belt in a manner which was compared to The Stig from Top Gear.
Moments later, the car ploughed into railings, catapulting Mr Newby and girlfriend Natasha Gregson out of the rear window. Miss Gregson suffered serious injuries, including fracturing her skull - but survived.
Mr Newby, a mechanic, died later in hospital from multiple injuries. Blood tests showed he was one and half times over the legal-drink driving limit.
The affair emerged when Miss Gregson regained consciousness.
This week, Mr Newby's wife Korette, 26, was forced to listen to the details of her husband's six day relationship with Miss Gregson at an inquest into his death in Bolton, Greater Manchester.
The couple - who were said to be 'inseparable' - had married in 2011 and had two children, aged six and three.
They honeymooned in Greece and enjoyed family trips to Egypt and America.
But last year the Newbys from Mossley, Greater Manchester began arguing with each other.
The inquest heard how, in October last year, he began a relationship with Miss Gregson, who lives in Bolton.