West Midlands Police officers have crushed the £200,000 Ferrari Spider confiscated from a millionaire businessman identified as Zahid Khan.

Khan was stopped by the police on April 5, 2017, and his white 458 Spider seized. He revealed that police stopped him because they suspected the car was stolen.But he said he had legitimately bought the car at auction, via a middleman, and had spent “a lot of time and money” on the vehicle.

West Midlands Police later stated the Ferrari was crushed because it had no valid insurance and was a Category B vehicle – which are officially classed as unroadworthy, meaning the shell had to be destroyed.
Khan has now obtained the sickening video of the Ferrari being crushed from West Midlands Police and posted it on his Facebook page. He claimed: “This is my Ferrari the police crushed unlawfully!

It has taken them almost 1 year to release the video. I saved my ass off to buy this car and it was of sentimental value to me and my family. This money could have gone to a good cause, as a Ferrari broken for parts is worth more then the car as a whole!” Khan said.

Khan had previously told of his legal battle to have the Ferrari returned but discovered it had been destroyed when he arrived at court.

Watch the video below;

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