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A female driver smashes N300million Lamborghini, damages Alfa Romeo Giulietta, fines N40,000.00k

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The smashed Lamborghini Aventador

A WOMAN who smashed up a £300,000 Lamborghini supercar, and damaged her own car, Alfa Romeo in a horror crash has been fined £40, only

Kayleigh Finnie, 36, was driving a black Alfa Romeo Giulietta, when she smashed into the yellow Lamborghini Aventador on Cheapside in Waltham.

The road was closed for some time as Humberside Police conducted an investigation and large amounts of debris could be seen on the roadside following the crash.

Luckily, no one was seriously injured due to the smash.

Kayleigh Finnie was fined £40. Credit: Twitter/KayleighFinnie

However, the Lamborghini supercar, which costs between £250,000 and £300,000 second hand, is thought to be written off.

The horrifying crash happened on a bright Monday afternoon at about 4pm, and the Lamborghini was left lying across the road which was closed for two and a half hours.

Finnie’s Alfa Romeo was several hundred meters away from the side of the road and remained at the scene long after the Aventador had been removed.

Humberside Police said on Facebook: “Luckily nobody has sustained serious injuries.”

Police included in their post the hashtag “#onnoLambo”.

Finnie was driving the black Alfa Romeo Giulietta at the time of the crash Credit: Humberside Police

The Lamborghini Aventador is a popular car with the rich and famous and previous owners of the model included singer Justin Bieber, football legend Cristiano Ronaldo, and rapper Kanye West

There are fewer than 600 Lamborghini Aventadors in the UK.
The supercar has a top speed of 217mph and can go from zero to 60mph in just 2.9 seconds.

Finnie, a mental health worker from Grainthorpe, Lincolnshire, appeared at Grimsby Magistrates Court on 7th December, charged with driving without due care and attention.

She pleaded guilty and was given three points on her license, fined £40 and made to pay a £34 victim surcharge, reports the Grimsby Telegraph.

www.thesun.co.uk

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