Axe-Wielding Maniac Destroys Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

Reports have surfaced about a Ferrari 612 Scaglietti that got destroyed over the weekend at a Scottish Ferrari dealership. How did it get destroyed? By an axe-wielding maniac apparently!

It appears that a man got into the Graypaul Ferrari garage in Fort Kinnaird near Edinburgh and proceeded to smash the windows of the supercar with an axe. After causing around £40,000 worth of damage, the man slashed the tyres and fled the scene. The entire act was caught on CCTV.

The car belonged to Rajinder Singh, a property developer from Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire who booked the car in to get a pump fixed. The Daily Record quotes him as saying:

It is bad enough that this has happened but the garage have been useless. The whole thing is a bad joke. I gave the garage a car worth more than £200,000 and they give me back a car that is effectively written off. The police asked me if there could be anyone who has a grudge against me but the garage is miles from my home. No one would have known it was my car. The police say they have ­investigated, got no leads and say there’s nothing else they can do.

[Via DailyRecord]

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  1. Yup, I think I be pretty pissed off if my car got destroyed. Shouldn’t the garage have better security if they repair Ferrari’s???

  2. Mr Singh I’m guessing has made him self a serious enemy or two . And if he thinks for a minute someone wanting a bit of vengeance upon him is incapable of tracking down where he has his precious Ferrari repaired ….. well Mr Singh is either seriously deluded or is in need of a Facts of Life 101 For Dummies course toot suite !

    And speaking of the ‘ Facts of Life 101’ there Shawn and Steve ol beans . Have a look at your repair agreement sometime , assuming you’re both old enough to drive .

    Says right on it …. at each and every garage in the civilized World

    ” Not responsible for Damage or Theft ”


  3. @guitar slinger writing a disclaimer doesn’t automatically let a garage off from being responsible at least not here


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