Oftentimes when we see a supercar such as a Ferrari, Lamborghini or McLaren, we would wish to be in their position and understand how it is like to drive such a flashy and sporty car.
However, I, for one, would not wish to be in the position of this particular Ferrari driver.
Watch it here:
The incident above occurred at an open-air carpark at North Bridge Road Market Food Centre.
Police officers and Traffic police officers arrested the driver of a Ferrari 458 Italia and performed a thorough search of the Ferrari 458 Italia.
It was later revealed that the Ferrari's road tax expired on 28 January 2022, indicating that the Ferrari cannot be driven on public roads in Singapore.
Subsequently, the Ferrari 458 Italia was impounded and towed away by the Traffic Police.
The Ferrari driver was arrested on suspicion for drug related charges.
Bougie car with a bougie car plate
One netizen pointed out the Ferrari's unique single-digit number plate that features a single "5".
So, I did some simple research on Sgcarmart and found out that a car plate with a single digit "5" can cost upwards of $40,000!
What better way to flaunt your wealth by slapping on an expensive car plate on an expensive car!
Some people will complain this will be a waste of public resources.
I don't think an expired road tax will result in the police cuffing you. Highly likely he committed a more serious offence!
Whatever substance this fella is high on seems to be pretty potent.
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