Local law may allow police to seize and sell the vehicle
He was in a hurry in his Huracan.
An Iraqi national from Norway was driving home in Denmark to pick up a Lamborghini Huracan Performante cider bought in Germany at 147 mph (236 kph).
Police told the Nordjyske news outlet that the driver, seen last week at 81 mph (130 kph), was approaching the port city of Hirschl, where he was hoping to catch a ferry bound to Norway.
Instead, he was pulled over and his car confiscated, which police said made him “a little angry”.
Things could get worse for him as Denmark passed a new law earlier this year that allows authorities to confiscate and auction off negligent drivers’ vehicles.
He will now have to go for a court hearing to know the future of his car.
While it works, he’ll want to be careful next time driving in Australia, where the Huracan, a serial speeder, was recently auctioned off by the state under the provisions of a similar law.