Glow in the dark Lamborghini Aventador receives ticket in London (Video)
A £350,000 customized Lamborghini Aventador, believed to be owned by 24 year old Nasser Al-Thani, of Qatar’s ruling family, has been impounded by traffic cops in London, because the owner was not carrying / failed to produce a valid license, nor did he have the correct insurance papers.
This purple Lamborghini Aventador, which has been customized to glow in the dark (like the one on Hollywood movie ‘Tron’), was impounded near Harrod’s in Knightsbridge earlier this week. People gathered around to see this flamboyant vehicle, which is customized by Japanese tuning company, LB Performance, reports Daily Mail.
London is the racing ground for wealthy foreign tourists who descend on the capital each summer to show off their super cars. This has not gone down well with local residents who fear that fast and reckless driving styles are causing problems in the area. This is not the first time that the Al-Thani family and their super cars have been in the news for the wrong reasons. Three years ago it was their blue Lamborghini and Koenigsegg which were clamped at nearly the same location outside Harrods.