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Two Police Officers Wrongfully Seize An Aventador Then Take It For Fast Spin

So sometime in June, two dedicated London Metropolitan Police pulled over a white Lamborghini Huracan belonging to a London-based car firm City Supercars for having no insurance near Heathrow Airport, (good job guys). Then after checks mistakenly showed it was incorrectly insured, the cops decided to impound the car worth £200,000 (the Law respects no car even if that car can disappear before the Law blinks).

Now the wahala, instead of taking the Huracan which was usually hired for  £2,400 for a weekend to the impound lot, temptation occurred and the cops decided to feel the power of the supercar by taking it for a fast joy ride (even the Law gets bored too).

When the car was returned, the manager of car firm who turned out to be a Lawyer found out that the car had gone for a ride, doing 100 km/h, 76 km/h and 85 km/h in 48 km/h zone.

Erwyn Mackee didn't was time to blow the whistle and tweeted to @MetPolice: "Your officers unlawfully impounded our Lamborghini tonight&went for joy ride at over double speed limit." especially after one of the officer he spoke to on the phone refused to tender justice with mercy. 

He told the Telegraph “The officer was just being unreasonable and out of hand on the phone to me, and I was just trying to explain the facts calmly. He was just off his head, completely bonkers - it was very frustrating.

“All the other officers I dealt with throughout the process were very reasonable and could understand basic logic.

“As an officer who has the power to do lots of things, the officer must have reason and ability and common sense and intuition and be able to listen to arguments and respond accordingly. If he doesn’t have those qualities he shouldn’t be an officer.”

The Metro Police conducted an internal investigation and now two thrill seeking officers have been punished (the Law is firm, even for the Law itself). 
A Met Police spokesman said: “After becoming aware of the car owner's concerns, an internal investigation was conducted. 

"The police officer who drove the car was given three penalty points on his police driving record. A second officer was subject to management action. 

“We are in the process of reimbursing the owner of the car the statutory £150 removal fee.”

Mr Mackee (obviously happy man), now says the matter has been solved "amicably" and that the The Met were “very embarrassed and sorry that it happened because it makes them look so bad.”

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