Police on Friday night seized two luxurious supercars after their drivers have been “harassing and endangering” the general public simply behind a police station.
Each Lamborghini Huracans have been confiscated on the Tesco automotive park on Chester Highway in Stratford on Friday night after they have been pushed antisocially close to the police station on Talbot Highway, officers claimed.
Officers have warned that they won’t tolerate such conduct even with luxurious automobiles.
A spokesman for Better Manchester Police stated: “This night two Lamborghini Huracans have been confiscated from Tesco Automotive Park, Stratford underneath Part 59 Police Reform Act automobiles for anti-social use and operation.
“If you’re going to use your rental supercar to harass and endanger different members of the general public proper behind a police station, they are going to be taken away from you.
“The motive force’s will may also now place an S59 marker on them for 12 months and their automobiles can be faraway from them once more if discovered to be in related circumstances.”
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