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Crashed Lamborgini belongs to a well-known businessman: ‘It was just a kiss’

Omroep Brabant discovered that the expensive Lamborghini Gallardo that crashed on the A16 on Sunday evening belonged to businessman Bob Alti. Ultee has made a name for itself with its soap brand Sabon. Today he works on his cryptocurrency: BobCoin. He’s light about the accident: “It was just a normal crash, because it’s a Lamborghini that everyone makes something.”

He. She accident happened On the A16 between the Galder and Hazeldonk junction. I rode a Lamborghini (new value: between 150,000 and 200,000 euros) on the back of a Peugeot 107.

suddenly to the left
“I was driving in the left lane, and suddenly a small car with two women inside came to the left, and then it went wrong,” Ultee says. “Of course they didn’t see me because the car is too low.”

In the photo, the Lamborghini looks completely wrinkled. According to the owner, it’s not that bad: “The trunk is up front on these types of cars, but the crash was so tender that the airbags didn’t explode. It was just a kiss.”

No one was injured in the collision. “I’m so sorry for these women, fortunately my Lamborghini can be fixed.”

Lamborghini makes a lot of noise
The orange Lamborghini Gallardo is often spotted, and there are dozens of photos of the car on the Internet. Several people on social media say they saw Ultee that day, and he would have led the way very quickly. “What can I say about that? I’m used to these kinds of cars and have never driven fast. But Lamborghini makes a lot of noise, which is the downside.”

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Alti, who lives in Dubai, often visits Brabant, has lived in Ulvenhout for a long time and has been living in Belgium. He’s clearly a fan of expensive cars, back in July Business magazine saw citation I drove it via Breda in a rare Rolls Royce with UAE registration.

From soap to cryptocurrency
Ultee began selling premium Sabon soap in the Netherlands in 2005. The company went bankrupt in 2015. A long-running argument with SNS Bank ensued, in which Ultee unsuccessfully demanded 250 million from the bank.

Two months ago, he started his own digital currency, Bobcoin, with which motorcycles and scooters can be rented in developing countries.