Cops Taunt Driver On Twitter After Towing His $275,000 Lamborghini

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This is how you add insult to injury: the injury is when the cops tow the $275,000 Lamborghini Huracan, and the insult is when they brag about it on Twitter.


Of course, one could argue that since the driver's car got impounded because cops say he was doing twice the speed limit within the city limits of Vancouver, he had it coming. It still stings though.

The CBC reports that the driver of this Huracan got nailed going 102 km/h in a 50 km/h zone, or about 60 mph in a 30 mph area. The driver, 30, got a $368 speeding ticket and three demerit points on his license — and a seven-day impound.

Which made the Vancouver Police take to Twitter to post this:

Not the good kind of "priceless," obviously.


Renault R8 Gordini from 1966

If I owned that Huracan, I would walk smugly up to the police station after the seven days, and after I get my keys back, "I would say, enjoy it while you had it, you'll never own one in your life time officers!"