Being rich and having your dream cars does have its drawbacks.
It turns out that even the world's wealthiest individuals aren't entirely immune from car theft. A wealthy oil tycoon, a one Sean Dreelan from Aberdeen, Scotland, supposedly the Oil Capital of Europe, isn't having the best week. Five of his ultra-luxury cars were stolen this past Tuesday morning from his driveway in the suburbs of Aberdeen. The cars total value is worth £455,000. Of the five cars stolen, the most valuable was a £300,000 Ferrari 599 GTO and a £80,000 Aston Martin Rapide.
Fortunately, both cars were recovered by police the next morning. However, a £55,000 Porsche 911 Turbo, a £50,000 Toyota Land Cruiser, and a £20,000 Audi A5 have yet to be recovered. Police Scotland has so far charged a 17-year old for the thefts, and the search for additional suspects is ongoing. Being rich and having your dream cars does have its drawbacks.