03:05PM, Monday 30 October 2017
Police seized a Lamborghini in Slough last night (Sunday) after saying it was being driven ‘anti-socially’ in Slough town centre.
The TVP Slough Twitter account showed the supercar pulled over, before a follow up tweet showing it being loaded onto the back of a tow truck.
The force said ‘people with money often think they’re above the law’ and that the vehicle was seized under Section 59, which relates to vehicles used in a manner causing ‘alarm, distress or annoyance’.
Another anti social vehicle taken off the road. Seized under Section 59 by Slough Neighbourhood East. pic.twitter.com/EGnYNKv7gL— TVP Slough (@TVP_Slough) 29 October 2017
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