Sunday, May 28, 2017

Millionaire rogue landlord's £200,000 Ferrari crushed

Zahid Khan's white Ferrari 458 Spider hit the headlines earlier this year when Khan illegally parked it on the pavement outside a court. He was appearing there to appeal against his rogue landlord conviction. Khan, 30, a trainee pilot, insisted he had bought the car at an auction before he pimped it up with parts he ordered from Ferrari.

West Midlands Police said the vehicle was crushed for invalid insurance and because it was unroadworthy.
Khan was convicted of forcing tenants out of his luxury Birmingham home. He was ordered to carry out 150 hours of community service. He returned to Birmingham Crown Court to appeal his conviction – parking his car on the pavement outside in an act of defiance. The court ordered Khan to pay £2,000.

The businessman provided a £1million supercar fleet for Floyd Mayweather during his UK tour - and now plans to become his personal pilot in America.