The mystery of the turquoise Lamborghini stamped in the middle of the street in Madrid for not paying the Treasury.

The mystery of the turquoise Lamborghini stamped in the middle of the street in Madrid for not paying the Treasury.


Mornings are usually spent on the Paseo de la Castellana in Madrid. Taxis, buses and private cars soon flood the streets, as do local workers and residents. However, near Cusco, a turquoise blue Lamborghini parked slightly on the side of the road is out of place on what seemed like an ordinary day. On its door there is a sign of the Municipal Police of Madrid that would start the mystery and which can be read quite clearly: “Car locked.”

“I wasn’t here when it happened, but as my colleagues told me, three patrol cars stopped the car and told the driver to get out and lock it,” explains one of the workers who works in the building next to the car. . “It’s been here all this week, but I think at some point a truck will come to take it to the warehouse, if it gets caught it’s that or the owner will pay what he owes,” he concludes. Indeed, the car was closed on Monday at 5:15 am and, since then, it has been a siren song for children and curious people from around the neighborhood who come to discover the secret of one of the most interesting attractions in the area. .