A young businessman has had his expensive Ferrari egged three times in a week.
Abdul Ilyas’ says his orange Ferrari has had eggs and flour thrown over it in various locations while he has been driving.
He has had to get it cleaned each time, only to then be frustrated as vandals attack his car again.
The Ferrari 488 GTB which Abdul drives sells for upwards of £250,000 brand new – and his is covered with the logo of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin.
It is not the first time Mr Ilyas, who previously owned a social media agency called Blu Capital Education – and also owns an orange Mercedes G-Wagon – has had his cars vandalised.
In 2019, he had his bright blue Porsche supercar sprayed with graffiti which said “Robbed”, “take off da rich, give to da poor”, “show off” and a racist word while it was parked outside the Harrods department store in Knightsbridge, London.
That came just a week after his BMW M4 convertible was reportedly stolen from outside his mother’s home, where it was parked while he was on holiday in Dubai.
Mr Ilyas, from Derby city centre, then had to cut his holiday short at the cost of £400 to try and track down the car, which he had only been driving for three months.