Maniac LaFerrari Driver Has Possibly Fled the Country

A few days ago, we brought you a story about a Porsche 991 GT3 and a Ferrari LaFerrari that were terrorizing Beverly Hills and were generally acting like terrible people. The duo tore through stop signs, raced around residential streets, and parked the LaFerrari only after the engine began smoking. The police became involved after residents reported the reckless driving. When they arrived at the scene, the two men denied the allegations, and then abruptly told the police officers they had diplomatic immunity. However, that has been proven false and it seems that the LaFerrari driver has now fled. RELATED: See More of the Ferrari LaFerrari Here
Maniac LaFerrari Driver Has Possibly Fled the Country
According to the Washington Post who spoke with Beverly Hills Police Lt. Lincoln Hoshino, “We believe they are Qatari nationals,” and they might have a connection with the Qatari Royal family. The Beverly Hills Police Department have stated that the unit, “Has been in contact with the United States Department of State,” and that the men police spoke with, do not in fact have diplomatic immunity. Yahoo is now reporting that the man owning the LaFerrari has, “cleared his $10 million rented home and disappeared.” The Beverly Hills Police Department are said to be still looking into the situation, but with the suspect fleeing, it makes it more difficult to ascertain a course of action. RELATED: The King of Saudi Arabia Balls Harder Than Anyone
At one point, a local reporter was confronted by the drivers due to him filming. One man came up to him and told the reporter, “I could have you killed and get away with it.” The reporter responded that he was on a public street and had a right to be there. The driver then said, “[Expletive] America,” and threw a lit cigarette at the reporter. It seems that the claim of diplomatic immunity was a mere stall tactic for the owner of the LaFerrari to flee the city and quite possibly the country. RELATED: A History of Pablo Escobar's Cars

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