The same funky-wrapped Lamborghini Aventador customized to glow in the dark that is believed to be owned by 24-year-old Nasser Al-Thani, a member of Qatar's ruling family, according to a Daily Mail report, and which has been seized several times for traffic offences with its driver also having being ticketed, was filmed again on London's busy streets.
Paul Wallace of SOL (Super Cars of London) tells Carscoops: "Check this video out! We were filming a rev war between 2 Lamborghini Aventador in London. The flames got extremely close to my car!"
They did indeed, now, whether most Londoners were impressed or utterly annoyed by this flame-display really depends on which side of the fence one sits on this matter…
UK police have been on the lookout for rowdy sports cars and drivers miss-behaving and have launched a special initiative called Operation Cubo under which, they have seized some 10,300 vehicles since October 2011. Last month, they captured a whopping 656 vehicles in a single day!
"We have been seizing many types of cars, but sports cars have been among them," a Met Police spokesman told MailOnline. "We have had a few Porsches, BMW X5s, and a Ferrari - that one got crushed, and in fact the vast majority of them are," he said.