Two Arabs held after supercar crash
Two Arabs were arrested after a supercar spun out of control crashing into four vehicles, police said today.
Abdulla Saeed Khalfan Al-Dhaheri, 28, and Sultan Khalifa Al-Muhairbi, 35, both from the United Arab Emirates, were held after the smash on Lowndes Square in Knightsbridge, central London, where residents have complained about boy racers disturbing the peace at night.
According to London's Evening Standard, the car - a new £180,000 Lamborghini - had only 400 kilometres on the clock and was on loan from the Italian car-maker to a client.
No one was injured in the crash which happened in the early hours of July 25.
The two Arabs appeared at Isleworth Crown Court on August 3.
Al-Dhaheri was charged with perverting the course of justice and Al-Muhairbi with dangerous driving and driving with no insurance.
Both men are due to appear again on October 12.
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