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Booted Bugatti Veyron proof that nobody is safe from the recession

by Jonathon Ramsey (RSS feed) on Apr 13th, 2009 at 7:59PM

To their credit, the police in Slovakia evidently make no exceptions for €1.1 million supercars. There are supposedly two Bugatti Veyrons registered in the European country, and this one is said to belong to Ladislav Basternak. When Basternak;s Veyron was parked a little too long at the Hviezdoslavovo Square in Bratislava, the Slovak police slapped a boot on the Bug's oh-so-costly 12-spoke wheels. We're guessing that more than one ticket resulted in the boot, but who knows? Either way, that would make this scene a little worse than the ticketed Veyron in London, but not quite as bad... Read More

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