Police Find Vince McMahon's Stolen Bentley in the Bronx

It's highly likely that you have been worried sick about World Wrestling Entertainment Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon's missing Bentley Continental GT. After all, the WWE is probably one of the most honest and noteworthy companies in the country. But have no fear, we're here to rest your troubled mind by letting you know that the car was found intact this week in the Bronx. According to the New York Post, it was stolen a few months ago in Connecticut. The weirdest part of this whole incident is a small note from the police that says the car had a $100,000 stereo system in it. It doesn't specify whether or not said system was in the car before it was stolen, but that's not really where our attention lies. $100,000!? What in the hell could he possibly have in there to be worth $100,000? PHOTOS: Check Out the Restyled 2016 Bentley Continental GT Speed

Back in 2008, Bentley partnered with British audio company Naim to provide premium audio systems in their cars. Today, one of those systems costs about $7,000 in the Continental (there's an even crazier 20-speaker, 2,200 system in the Mulsanne). Remember, the Conti goes for about $190,000-$200,000 new. So what kind of aftermarket audio system is in this car, Vince?  AND WHY DOES IT COST $100,000?

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