Fast-considering staff have intervened to end a gentleman allegedly striving to steal a unusual Ferrari off the showroom ground in Melbourne.
A person has been arrested following allegedly making an attempt to push off in a 2022 Ferrari F8 in Melbourne on Friday early morning.
Law enforcement had been termed to a luxurious car dealership in Port Melbourne just just before 10am right after workforce activated safety protocols, which prevented the Ferrari from currently being pushed off the premises.
A 28-calendar year-aged man was arrested and taken into custody.
Although the Ferrari F8 was about $500,000 when new, costs have almost doubled on the employed-automobile sector in Australia – with the F8 rumoured to be the previous mid-motor model to be unveiled by the Italian manufacturer without having hybrid assistance.
The F8 is powered by a 3.9-litre turbocharged V8 producing 530kW and 770Nm, able of sending the supercar to 100km/h from a standstill in a lot less than 3 seconds.
Victoria Police say a man from Werribee in Melbourne’s west is at present assisting with their enquiries.