Argentine football player Carlos Tevez watched helplessly as police impounded his prized white Porsche Panamera. This was done due to the footballer holding an invalid driving license while driving in the UK, Tevez, 28 was stopped by the cops in Manchester and was told that the driving license he was holding was not valid for driving in UK. The football star who earns £200,000 per week watched as his new Porsche Panamera was taken away by a tow truck.
The Panamera valued at £120,000 is now in police custody waiting for Tevez to sort out details and necessary paperwork which Manchester City officials are assisting him with. Tevez was still driving with an international license though he was told over a year ago that he needed to change it to a valid UK license. Tevez was stopped by police in Didsbury during a routine check on Palatine Road on early Thursday morning. The car was seized under section 165 of the Road Traffic Act as the driver was in possession of an invalid license.
Though Tevez is not arrested for this offence he still faces a three point penalty and a hefty fine. The footballer appeared for training in the morning following this incident and awaits his fate. In the meanwhile, he was seen in another white Porsche getting a lift home.