Bitcoin investor has his Lambo confiscated after racking up 20 offences in a day
20 serious offences in 658 miles, one every 32.9 miles
A 28-year-old man from Queensland, Australia recently purchased a 2019 Lamborghini Huracàn Performante (in purple) after making over $600,000 trading bitcoin. Unfortunately, his luck ran out pretty quickly and his vehicle was confiscated by the police because he reportedly committed 20 serious offenses in just 658 miles, a criminal offence every 32.9 miles. It must be a record.
He was caught doing 125 mph in a 70 mph zone, which is bad enough in Queensland, but the problem is he actually tried to run from the police, which means by the time he got caught, he'd racked up 20 serious criminal and/or traffic offences including dangerous driving, attempting to pervert justice, evading police and on top of all that, he was also driving under the influence.
The car is being auctioned via Manheim Auctions as we speak and the current bid, at the time of writing, is AUD$431,000 and all funds raised will be forfeited to the state as per the Criminal Proceeds Confiscation Act 2002. The car is painted purple, with gold wheels and black Alcantara/leather interior, and it's only done 1,059 km (658 miles).