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Lambo and Ferrari crash, hitman accused

It sounds like something right out of a movie. Two men at a wedding reception for the family of a ruling political party and being held at a sports club in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, crashed into one another while driving more than $500,000 worth of sports car nirvana. Romeo Mbambo, a former hitman that was convicted of murdering six people and was sentenced to 72 years in prison but was granted political amnesty and released, was driving a Lamborghini Murcielago—not an LP like some of the news outlets are saying—and the other, ND Sibiya, was driving a brand new Ferrari F430. The two somehow collided. It is being reported that after the accident the two men started beating up people that were trying to take photos. After the police showed up, the two were let go without a police report being filed.

Although both men don’t seem like outstanding citizens, we will put our money that the driver of the F430 is the one you would have to worry about the most. Mbambo may have all the reputation but Sibiya is the one that is somehow missing a first name and is not being ousted by the media for having a criminal record.

[via WreckExotics and CarScoop]

Lamborghini and Ferrari crash at wedding reception

Hitman accused of crashing Lamborghini

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Posted by: Benjamin Greene
Posted on: 2/18/2010 at 4:38 AM
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Categories: Ferrari | Lamborghini
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Sunday, April 04, 2010 9:09 PM

But it seems he wasn’t too fond of the people who showed up after the crash and started taking pictures, as he reportedly began threatening and confiscated their mobile phones or cameras. Needless to say, when the police arrived on scene did nothing except call in the tow trucks for the wrecked supercars.