India as a country of rich and poor both, sometimes, put up strange sight on display across the lenses. A one from the Delhi had seen the rare Lamborghini Murcielago LP670 SV crashed on the streets of national capital. The incident happened in the dead of night, around 1.15 a.m., and driver fled the scene by abandoning the cart amidst the street.
Incident took place at Copernicus Marg near Hexagon C-circle, where the car ran over a divider. The abandoned Bull now rests with Tilak Marg Police station, where the police are trying to locate the owner. The twist in this story is, this supercar wasn’t registered, no number plate found attached. Police officials are trying to locate the owner from papers found inside the cabin.
Though, a case is registered at the aforementioned police station under the Motor Vehicles Act of Section 279 IPC, which seems the rich owner had pulled this car out for a spin and rammed it due to lack of control.
Hence, such a sight is no alien to Indians, but this car was a rare example with the Super Veloce tag, which as per to a source if believed to have pinched the pocket of its owner not lesser than Rs 5 crore.
In the recent installments of report, some of them claimed Police official have dug out the truth. And it was revealed the driver behind its wheel was one of the directors of property brokerage firm called Better Option Property Mart Pvt. Ltd. The culprit is named as Gaurav Mavi, and the police are yet to arrest him.