Businessman Has 'Wa***r' Painted On Gold Porsche After Lamborghini Set On Fire
Lak Sira and his golden fleet of cars haven't had much luck lately.
Not only did his £125,000 Lamborghini burst into flames last month on the M6, he's now been the victim of a spray paint incident.
The Metro reports that someone recently took it upon themselves to write 'wanker' on the side of his Porsche along with 'shit' on the bonnet.
Businessman Lak Sira, 22, parked his £80,000 Porsche Panamera in Knightsbridge thinking it would be safe in the posh west London borough.
But when he returned he found the words spray painted in huge black writing all over the golden car.
Posting on his Instagram, he showed his disbelief: "I can't believe someone did this man."
Poor Lak has had a right time of it lately.
Just a few months ago, he was gutted when his £125,000 Lamborghini Gallardo burst into the flames on the motorway - after he'd just paid £10,000 for a service at Lamborghini Birmingham and £12,000 for the gold coating
He was on his way to London when he smelt petrol and was forced to pull over on the M6 hard shoulder near Birmingham.
After hearing a loud bang, him and his girlfriend jumped from the car, only to see it burst into flames.
Fire crews were called to extinguish the flames, leaving the burned wreckage.
Lak, who earns £200,000 a year running an online trading company blamed the garage's negligence, at the time saying he was looking to take legal action against the dealership as he felt like he and his girlfriend nearly died.
Lak said: "I was on the way to London with my girlfriend for a night out as I just had the car back and wanted to drive it around.
"We had only gone one junction when my girlfriend smelt petrol in the car, so I called the garage's mechanic.
"He said 'the car has just been for a service and it is usual to smell a bit of fuel', so there wasn't a problem.
"So we carried on a bit further and my girlfriend asked me to open the windows, because the smell of fuel had got that strong.
"I stopped on the hard shoulder, between J5 and J6, to remove the roof but then the next thing was we heard a loud bang, it was like a firework going off, and the back of my car caught fire.
"I worked 24/7 for four years in order to buy this car. It was my pride and joy and I never imagined I would ever get to sit in one, let alone own my dream car.
"I used to work in a Sainsbury's and a Yodel warehouse, so I've worked from the bottom to get to where I have."
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/lak.x