The owner of this new Lamborghini Murcielago thought he had an ingenious plan to save on taxes, but instead found his beautiful luxury car ripped apart and leaving bystanders agape at the total wreck. The Taiwan officials noted the wrong license plate on the Lambo which in fact had been taken off a Ford sedan in an attempt to evade taxes.
Taiwan authorities at the checkpoint noted this discrepancy in 2013 and the Lamborghini Murcielago was immediately impounded as per “Road Traffic Management and Penalty Act”. The owner, a commercial pilot by profession tried to appeal to the local authorities to release his vehicle while he also sent a friend to persuade the cops to save the vehicle from destruction. However, all appeals fell on deaf ears and the matte black Lamborghini Murcielago met with a tragic end when it was crushed by officials.
Mauled by an industrial claw, the Lamborghini Murcielago was reduced to a mass of broken metal bang in the middle of a street while crowds gathered to witness this destruction. The claw is seen gripping into each and every part of the vehicle, tearing it to bits so as to make a point to onlookers and draw attention to how the law deals with offenders who try to evade taxes.