Dutch kid gets ticket for speeding on father’s Bugatti Veyron

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One thing every father should know when their son borrows their Bugatti Veyron: he’s not going to the grocery store with it.

That’s what Michel Perridon found out, the hard way, when his 20-year-old son was flagged for speeding at 100 mph in a 50 mph zone in Rotterdam while onboard his Veyron. As a result, the kid’s license was revoked and, worse for pops, his Veyron was likewise impounded.

As the director for Trust International BV, a former sponsor of the Spyker F1 team, Perridon can probably afford another Veyron without losing too much sleep. Then again, that’s a $2.4 million car his son just lost for him so it’s still a pretty bitter pill to swallow. Come to think of it, at $2.4 million, he would probably lose some sleep.

It’s unclear as to whether Perridon can reclaim his Veyron, but at least he knows not to trust his son when it comes to getting behind the wheel of a supercar.

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Source: Dutch Daily News

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18 comments:

  (434) posted on 02.23.2012

Ouch, that Veyron was impounded by the son’s thirst for speed. His son couldn’t be trusted at all. I feel sad about the father. At least, the lesson was learned.

  (503) posted on 02.23.2011

They’re like actresses and super-models. Nice to look at, maybe get a poster of one or something.

  (531) posted on 02.23.2011

no one’s blaming no one...but i certainly want to blame someone when there’s too much lead or arsenic in my water or when I can’t regularly eat fish because of possible mercury poisoning!

  (447) posted on 02.22.2011

They have already rated this monster as the fastest car in the world but don’t jet y yet SSC Aero is also making a leap to have that record.

  (1211) posted on 02.22.2011

no wonder it has a $2million price tag.. i hope Bugatti has balance it’s weight to it’s speed.

  (11) posted on 11.11.2010

He will get more than a ticket at home

  (504) posted on 11.10.2010

what terrifying??there’s nothing terrifying here..When i read the title of this article i
can;t help but laugh.

  (676) posted on 11.3.2010

don;t be so excited kid..smiley

  (506) posted on 09.29.2010

Dad, should teach his son well.

  (1211) posted on 09.21.2010

50km over the limit is ALOT.

  (504) posted on 08.22.2010

Instead of allowing them to drive your car, why don’t they just buy one for them too... smiley

  (745) posted on 08.19.2010

Every parents should monitor their children. Specially when they didn’t own the cars.

  (806) posted on 08.10.2010

He should be careful the next time. It’s anyone’s fault. Accidents do happens.

  (359) posted on 07.29.2010

Too Bad, that the Bugatti get impounded. This is a good lesson to slow down in driving to stop any fatal incident.

  (708) posted on 04.29.2010

hehehe he’s really in need of speed, but good thing he never tried over 100mph.

  (377) posted on 04.29.2010

I guess he just wanted to stretch the veyron’s legs sometimes.

  (442) posted on 04.28.2010

hmm i wish this boy out run the police just to test his driving skills.

  (406) posted on 04.28.2010

Stubborn kid! But imagining those things, I think he is like James Bond driving an expensive car of his father.

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