For some reason, Justin Bieber can’t keep his cars out of the news.
His latest attack in his supercars takes place in his DMC Lamborghini Aventador LP900 Molto Veloce during his stay in Dubai. On his way to his concert on Sunday, he racked up seven speeding tickets thanks to the radar cameras along Sheikh Zayed Road. The police patrol had stopped his car, but let him go to attend one of the events in the city (it seems as though there’s an interesting story not being told in there, somewhere).
With the typical speeding fine in Dubai being 600 Dirham, 19-year-old singer would have to pay at least 3,600 (approx. 53,700 INR) Dirham, although it is unclear how the fines will be collected. Fines would be higher for higher speed. Representative for Bieber has not responded to the news.
U.K.’s media The Sun reported that Bieber set off six speed cameras during the alleged speeding. An eyewitness Nikki Jameson told the tabloid, “He was traveling along the Sheikh Zayed Road where there are at least six speed cameras. Every single one flashed off as he went past. He had a close shave with a bus and stood out like a sore thumb. A 19-year-old in a white Lamborghini is hardly discreet.”
Coming back to DMC Lamborghini Aventador LP900 Molto Veloce, it features the German tuning companies ‘stage 1′ bodykit. The white DMC Aventador LP900 Molto Veloce features a carbon fiber front diffuser, carbon fiber lip and splitter last night. It also has a carbon fiber side skirt, and a carbon fibre rear spoiler. And according to the trusted source, Bieber rented the car from RDB and put West Coast Customs plates on it to ride around with.
Interestingly, the Dubai police force has upped the firepower of its own motor pool recently. We know that the crew has an Aventador of its own, as well as an Aston Martin one-77 that should probably be good for giving chase in exotic violations like this one. Turn around your head, Bieb.
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