A sports car just bought by a Norwegian man was confiscated for speeding. (Schematic/pexels)
Blue thin shiitake mushrooms! An Iraqi man living in Norway recently bought a Lamborghini Huracan for US$310,000 (approximately NT$8.7 million) in Germany. He was speeding on the way home and just bought it. His car was confiscated by the police and will be auctioned off in the future.
According to the Associated Press report, the man bought a Lamborghini Huracan and drove it on the highway at a speed of 236 kilometers per hour, but the local speed limit was 130 kilometers. Denmark has a new law where the police can seize speeding vehicles and auction them, and the money will be put into the national treasury. Danish police officer Jess Falberg revealed that when the car was confiscated, the man felt “a little angry” and the owner would also be fined for speeding.
In fact, speeding has been heard about, and it has also occurred in Taiwan. In the early morning of mid-July, a man surnamed Chen in his 20s was riding the Ducati Ducati heavy machine known as the national treasure of Italy. At a speed of 300 kilometers per hour, he arrogantly put the process PO online, and even hung up forged license plates, which made it more difficult for the police to search.
However, the police analyzed the place of residence of the man surnamed Chen from the landmarks in the film, and later obtained a search ticket to search, and seized fake license plates and locomotives. Afterwards, the man surnamed Chen was transferred to the Criminal Law in accordance with Article 185 of the Criminal Law for the crime of public danger and Articles 216 and 212 for the crime of forging special documents, and transferred and complied with Article 12 Paragraph 1 and Article 43 Paragraph 1 of the “Road Traffic Management Punishment Regulations” For a dangerous driving report, the two combined can be fined up to 34,800 yuan.
Due to the malicious provocation of the man surnamed Chen, the police will ask the prosecutor to confiscate the heavy machine or send a letter to the supervisor to confiscate the car in order to prevent the recurrence of undesirable drag racing.