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				"Did you have to do that to make your stomach hurt?" Philippine Customs Authority vodka 36 trampling on 1.3 billion won worth of supercars

2021.06.23. 25,122 reads "Did you have to do that to make your stomach hurt?" Philippine Customs Authority vodka 36 trampling on 1.3 billion won worth of supercars



A video of super-luxury supercars with a sale price of hundreds of millions of won is a hot topic in a row and destroyed by excavators.

The video was filmed in the Philippines and shows the Philippine Customs Service scrapping a total of 7 luxury cars as part of a campaign to crack down on illegal imported cars. All vehicles being scrapped were imported illegally between 2018 and 2020.

The luxury supercars that are destroyed by excavators are supercars with enormous prices such as McLaren 620R, Bentley Flying Spur, 200 million won, Porsche 911, Mercedes-Benz SLK, Lotus Ellis, etc. worth 200 million won. . In addition, the Genesis Coupe and Toyota Solara were also scrapped.

Luxury cars are like excavators, and when they hit the car, the car body sinks, and when it is pressed with a heavy bucket, it crumbles like a wrinkled piece of paper.

It is known that the total price of the vehicle scrapped by the Philippine Customs Service on this day is more than 1.2 million dollars (about 1.36 billion won).

According to the Philippine Customs Administration, they confiscated and destroyed in accordance with the Presidential Directive 2017-447.

Netizens who saw the video raised questions about the actions of the Customs Service. Most countries seize smuggled vehicles and put them up for auction, not only to raise national revenues, but also to protect supercars that have scarce value.

Meanwhile, the Philippine Customs Service scrapped 100 smuggled cars worth $6 million in 2018, and also scrapped 17 cars in February. Among them, the BMW Z1, Ferrari 360 Spyder and Lamborghini Gallardo were horribly scrapped.


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