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Rare Lamborghini Countach abandoned on Tower Bridge in London

By Deeq on 11 Oct 2014 in Super cars, Other blogs

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A lane crossing over London's Tower Bridge was closed during morning rush hour after a rare Lamborghini Countach was left abandoned on it.
 
The white Italian sports car was spotted by Transport for London (TFL) over the famous bridge, prompting a spokesperson to ask "Anyone missing theirs?"
 
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The photo of the abandoned car was posted to Twitter by TFL, prompting a series of responses from users.
 
One Twitter wrote: "If you could afford one of those you would think to remember where it was," with a second adding "someone call the eighties".
 
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The car has a personalised UK registration plate.

The owner of the car was apparently wanted by police over harassment claims, and had left the vehicle on the bridge at about 6.30pm on Wednesday night after running out of petrol.
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After tracing him via his licence plate, police discovered he was wanted on warrant for harassment, and he was arrested in the City of London.
 

As the car wasn’t obstructing traffic, authorities left it by the side of the road for more than 12 hours and was finally removed the next day.
 
 
 

 

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Written by Deeq
With intense love for cars and bikes since little, and passion for photography, Siddiq tries hard to bring cars to life on the screen, proving his worth as well as his passion for the job.



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