He destroyed the Lamborghini, the owner offers 100,000 rewards for identifying the culprit.  Do you recognize this person?  – Super Express

He destroyed the Lamborghini, the owner offers 100,000 rewards for identifying the culprit. Do you recognize this person? – Super Express


Lamborghini Aventador trampled in Warsaw, the owner offers PLN 100,000 to show the criminal.

Parked in front of the Lamborghini Intercontinental, it attracted the attention of mindless spoilers. A few months ago, around 4 am, a man climbed onto the roof of a million-dollar supercar to take a picture of himself. The result of this prank will cost about PLN 160,000 – this is the amount of repair of the damaged car. The owner is looking for a criminal who was caught on a surveillance camera and offers a cash reward for identifying the victim. In the film published by illegal TV, he says why he wants to find the criminal and offers a reward of PLN 100,000 for identifying the person seen in the recording. See if you know the culprits:

The reward is PLN 100,000, the damage was estimated at PLN 160,000

What makes a trampled Lamborghini so special, and the apparently minor damage was estimated at PLN 160,000? The car seen in the tracking record is the expensive Lamborghini Aventador SVJ – the art in question is worth PLN 3.5 million. Aventador SVJ was produced in the number of only 900 pieces, and most of them, straight from the showrooms, went to private collections, inaccessible to the eyes of random people – meeting such a car on the street is a real treat! It was unfortunate that the rare and expensive Lamborghini of the Polish owner, sitting in front of the hotel, fell victim to the described act of vandalism.

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It’s not just about Lamborghini

As the owner of the wrecked car says in the film, the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ is the culmination of many years of work and the fulfillment of childhood dreams. In finding the culprit, however, it is not only about money and bringing to justice the people who have stepped on a moving work of art worth millions of zlotys, but also about training the perpetrators of similar acts of destruction. Regardless of the value or brand of the car, such behavior is unacceptable.