Rented Lamborghini Huracan Spyder Stolen in Switzerland by Woman With Fake I.D.
The black drop-top supercar was reportedly last seen in London.
They say the fastest car you can drive is the one you rent, but what's the fastest car you can own? How about...a rental Italian supercar you decide to just not give back? Apparently, in the mind of one woman, that was the correct answer. According to a reddit post by fedoraguy69 and as reported by Swiss news publication Blick, a black Lamborghini Huracan Spyder was stolen from fedoraguy's brother's exotic car rental company in Switzerland last Sunday. He says a woman with an Irish ID (which was likely fake, since it listed her sex as male) walked into his brother's business and rented the Italian supercar for a few hours. They haven't seen the car since.
According to GPS data, the Huracan was driven all the way to London, where the GPS tracker was promptly killed. The poster says tips have come in saying their car was spotted prowling around the affluent London neighborhoods of Kensington and Knightsbridge. However, considering the proliferation of flashy rides that plague the area around this time of year, it's possible they were merely seeing some other black Huracan.
If you do live in London, the car in question looks like it's lowered and sports a set of aftermarket-looking rims. The poster and his brother are now offering 5,000 Swiss francs (or the equivalent of $5,259) for anyone that can find the stolen Lambo. I wonder how many hours of rented Huracan that would buy? Well, as long as you have a fake ID and don't mind breaking the law...as many hours as you'd like, apparently.
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