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Lamborghini Aventador Roadster Left to Rot in Dubai

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Super car spotters in Dubai have found a perfectly good Lamborghini Aventador Roadster seemingly abandoned in an underground car park somewhere in the city. The beautiful grey Lambo has apparently been there for month collecting desert dust and becoming a canvas for passers-by who have left their marks all over the car.

It is not surprising to see a Lamborghini Aventador Roadster abandoned in Dubai, or other cities with a great number of super cars. What is slightly odd about this one is that the car is also sporting a pretty special numberplate: Abu Dhabi 61. This car either belongs to a royalty or someone with close ties to them.

Now, it is not clear why this Lamborghini Aventador Roadster is left to rot in that parking lot by its owner. But while we’re at, let speculate on possible reasons, just for fun. Because of that numberplate we reckon the owner is a high-profile kind of guy and unlikely to have been incarcerated, as is often the case with abandoned supercars in Miami or Vegas. So that leaves us with three other possible causes: a. he is dead or in hospital, b. he has simply forgot about it, and c. he is abroad. In any case, if you always wanted an Aventador, go to that lot with a flatbed and snatch it. Nobody will care!

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