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Cigar smoker attempts to light up using supercar exhaust

A cigar smoker has tried to light up in West London using the flaming exhaust of a Lamborghini supercar. The cigar, a Cohiba cost £80. The lighter, a Lamborghini Aventador cost £260,000.

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Lighting (& subsequently annihilating ) a Cohiba Behike 56 with @yiannimize's Aventador flamethrower on Mount Street http://t.co/zHo29WZHcB

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Please believe this moron is trying to light his Cochiba cigar with his super car's exhaust. ? #mayfair http://t.co/4PGrSqn5UX

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You can find out if the stunt worked, or if the cigar was blown to pieces by watching the video in full here.

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Lamborghini seized during uninsured vehicle crackdown

A Lamborghini worth £400,000 has been towed away by police in east London during an operation to crackdown on uninsured vehicles.

Lamborghini being seized by police in Newham
Lamborghini being seized by police in Newham Credit: British Transport Police

The high-powered car was originally stopped because it was missing a front number plate. Police then discovered the man driving it was not the registered owner and his insurance policy did not cover him.

As part of the latest operation police made a total of 37 arrests
As part of the latest operation police made a total of 37 arrests Credit: British Transport Police

Since the launch of Operation Cubo in October last year 11,576 vehicles have been seized by the Met Police in a series of one-day operations.

Operation Cubo was launxched by Met Commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe
Operation Cubo was launxched by Met Commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe Credit: British Transport Police

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