Have you money in your pocket and a craving for fast and rare cars, now is the time to strike.
The swiss government has just put the sentence in a multi-year information about against Teodoro Obiang, the vice president and heir to the throne in the tiny central african country of equatorial guinea.
The 50-year-old son of the country's dictator gets confiscated no less than 25 luxury cars, which the swiss government will now sell. The money from the sales will go to social programs in the offender's poverty-stricken home country, informs the prosecutors, according to Reuters.
the Media Swissinfo writes, that among the confiscated vehicles are rarities like the Bugatti Veyron and the Koenigsegg One:1 – the latter is only built in seven copies, and when one of them was put on sale in 2016, the price was according to TopGear on the incredible 40 million dollars.
in Addition, diktatorsønnen supposedly waving goodbye to, among others, a Ferrari 599 GTO, a Ferrari F12, a Ferrari Enzo, a Ferrari LaFerrari, Aston Martin One-77, a McLaren P1, a Porsche 918 and about a dozen other cars in the top class.
While two-thirds of Equatorial guinea's population live below the poverty line, which has a 50-year-old Teodoro Obiang lived a life in the absolute elite.
On Instagram, he has posted pictures up of his jetsetrejser in private jets, milliondyre watches and cars and gadgets, in addition to any imagination.
In his personal fleet of luxury cars, which according to rumors will still need to accommodate around 50 cars, find the man allegedly also curiosities like the futuristic Tron-motorcycles, submarines shaped like fish, as well as a genuine Batmobil (a la the from Chrisopher Nolans filmtrilogi.
As part of the agreement with the swiss prosecutors pay the government of equatorial guinea 8,5 million Danish kroner in legal costs. In turn, released a luxury yacht, with a price tag of about 100 million dollars, which since 2016 has been detained in the Netherlands.
In October 2017, the sentence of a French court of justice Teodoro Obiang three-year suspended prison sentence. Here was, according to Reuters confiscated values for over 100 million euro, and diktatorsønnen had allegedly waving goodbye to the nine luxury cars, including a Maserati and a Lamborghini.
The same thing happened to him in 2014, when the u.s. justice department confiscated a luxury mansion in Malibu, a Gulfstream private jets, as well as 28 millionbiler.
however, It is not something that seems to stop Teodoro Obiang, who within a foreseeable number of years, by all accounts, will take over the presidency in the small, oil-rich country.
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