Friday, June 21, 2024

Jan wants DKK 500,000 in speeding tickets – "I don't care"

Swedish Jan Emanuel, who is a candidate for the EU elections, says that the police have stopped him in the screaming orange Lamborghini 5 times already. The bottom doesn't matter.

Swedish Jan Emanuel is known in his home country for being a bit of a speed freak. And now he has lost his choir card because he has been caught singing too hard five times in 15 days.

He got the car – a Lamborghini Huracan Spyder – on 10 May, and since then things have been going strong. Literally like that.

This is written by the medium Expressen .

Most recently, the Lamborghini has been waved to the side because Emanuel was doing 138 km/h in an 80 zone.

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– I think that it can't be an officer behind me, so I press the accelerator, and then they measure me (the police, ed.) in the middle of the overtake.

When the Lamborghini was stopped, Jan Emanuel, according to his own statement, was immediately asked when he had last smoked hashish. The Lamborghini owner emphasizes to Expressen that he normally likes the Swedish officers.

At the same time, however, he thinks that the officers he was stopped by this time are in no way representative of the agency as a whole. And then there is the stall. It is, if you ask Jan Emanuel, too small.

It amounted to 4,000 Swedish kroner. This corresponds to 2,600 Danish kroner. But the Lamborghini owner would like to have 500,000 Swedish kroner in the stall. The punishment should be commensurate with the income, he believes.

– How can I get 4,000 Swedish kroner in the stall if I bark too hard? I should probably have 150,000 kroner in the stall anyway. Give me half a million. I don't care about the second, says Jan Emanuel to Expressen.

The EU candidate is not terribly upset about losing the Kore card either. The car has been delivered to the dealer, and here Jan Emanuel expects to make a nice profit.

Speaking of fast Lamborghinis, the new owner of probably Denmark's most talked-about car from a case of crazy carousel has chosen to put the car up for sale. Read more about it here .

Read more exciting news from and about the world of cars right here!


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