Lamborghini and Bentley supercars worth £350,000 crash in the same town on same night

Lamborghini and Bentley supercars worth £350,000 crash in the same town on same night

A Lamborghini and a Bentley supercar worth an eye-watering £350,000 crashed in the same small town on the same night.

First, a high-powered Lamborghini Gallardo smashed through a barrier at a Morrison’s car park in Grays, Essex, just before 2am. The glittery top-of-the-range sports car was seen stuck in a hedge with its rear bumper loose.

Then photographer Daniel Patch also spotted another powder blue Bentley Continental GT whose front grill had been smashed in. Daniel, 36 from Grays, said: “I wouldn’t want to pick up the repair bill for either of them.


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“I’d heard some tasty sounding engines when I was sat in my lounge and – being a car nut – got off my sofa to have a look. I heard the car coming back from Grays town centre so grabbed my phone in anticipation.

“That was when I saw the Lamborghini coming around the corner. It was a little greasy from some light rain and it just span it off through a small wooden fence and into the hedgerow. As soon as I saw the crash, I stopped recording and called 999.”

When Daniel went to bed at 5am he saw a low loader come to pick up the Lamborghini but doesn’t know what happened to the Bentley.

Lamborghini and Bentley supercars worth £350,000 crash in the same town on same night

Source: Mirror

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Mobile Phones Disguised As Car Key Fobs

mobile phones disguised as car key fobs

These strange looking mobile phones have started emerging in the UK market, disguised as car key fobs. Officials are already considering banning them, but who would want to buy one anyway?

Marketed as “the world’s smallest mobiles”, the devices are available from mainstream shopping channels such as Amazon and eBay and feature logos from brands including BMW, Volkswagen, Bentley, Audi and Porsche. It’s doubtful that the manufacturers have given permission for this though.


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You might think it’s a lot of effort to go through to try and get away with speaking on the phone whilst driving, have these people not heard of hands free sets?? Well apparently the ‘phone fobs’ have been advertised with prisoners in mind, as having a mobile phone in jail is an offense.

The product description of one device sold via Amazon states that it features “very very very low metal contact badges [which] can be removed due to metal content alarm”, while another says the fob is “easily concealable”.

Mobile Phones Designed To Look Like Car Key Fobs

More than 7,000 phones and Sim cards were confiscated in prisons in England and Wales last year. The latest key fob mobile phone has the potential to increase the number of mobiles in prisons simply by the nature of the design and size.

The government is discussing the issue with the National Trading Standards Board and the Serious Organised Crime Agency, and the NTSB has asked retailers to stop selling the ‘phone fobs’. The POA – a prison officer’s trade union has warned that prisoners found in possession of a mobile phone should be prosecuted.