Business man in court over Crushed Ferrari

Joshua Slocum

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#1
When I read the headline, I was inclined to offer a little sympathy, after all crushing a classic car is a pointless exercise
a Birmingham Businessman is in dispute with the West Midlands Police after they crushed his car, he is now taking them to court for his loss
His statement
'This is my Ferrari the police crushed unlawfully!! It has taken them almost 1 year to release the video, I wonder why??? My car was insured, and I was the owner. They went behind my back and removed a court order that was imposed on the car without notifying my self or my legal team, although the police was put on notice that if they were to go court, they had to inform us first. They failed to return my car so I had no choice to take the officer to court. So we put them on notice to attend court, in return the officer went to court behind our back a few days before the hearing that we arranged with them and removed the car from the court order and destroyed it the next day!!

I saved my ass off to buy this car and it was of sentimental value to me and my family. The police had no right to do what they did and it is very sad! This money could have gone to a good cause, as a Ferrari broken for parts is worth more then the car as a whole! We pay our taxes and In return the officers act like this in a public office!''


However upon reading a little further I realised his business brains are not the best, first of all he spent a total of £248,000 pounds of his hard earned money buying and restoring this Supercar
oddly he believed it was worth £200,00 ???
So by my reckoning his maths is even worse than mine
his small daughter loved being taken for a ride in it so touching !
he loved it so much that on a previous occasion when appearing in Court, he parked it on the Pavement, oddly the papers blanked his registration number out (RO12UJF)
he tried to recover his motorcar only to find the cruel and spiteful police had rendered his car scrapmetal

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Zahid Khan was stopped by the police and they found the vehicle was uninsured and a cat B write off
his story about lovingly refurbishing it using a genuine Ferrari garage has about as much truth in it as Putins election victory
Cat B cars can only be used as a source of parts providing those parts were not damaged in the accident, the bodyshell must be crushed and the vehicle may never be used on the road
DVLA may make an exception in the case of a rare and cherished family car that can be rebuilt to a high standard by specialists
However their is some doubt about the legality of the spare parts supplied, I have heard whispers that Mr K is a bit dodgy and may have used stolen components to refurbish his pride and joy, also those same whispers are telling me that he operates a chop shop the naughty tyke
checking the MOT database this 2012 car only shows 2 MOT test
the first MOT on the 17th May 2015 records a mileage of 15,078 so thats about 5K per year
the Second MOT on the 11th of October ( six months after the old MOT expired) records Mileage unreadable ?? on a 200,000K car
So his story begins to unravel
Main story about this poor mans Car
Zahid Khan 'to sue police' after £250k Ferrari crushed

Oddly Mr K is no stranger to the halls of Justice, unless he has a Criminal mastermind double
Trainee Pilot ( with those gold stripes ??) ambushed and kidnapped while collecting his new £250,000 Rolls Royce that he had only insured third party ?
Gang jailed after they ambushed trainee pilot Zahid Khan then held him for 7 hours | Daily Mail Online

Then a small matter of poor accounting comes to light
involving stolen motor vehicles and cloned numberplates
https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/ne...aire-businessman-charged-fraud-money-13434220

he is also a bit forgetful about the legal requirement with his property empire ( this sounds like another young man )
and a bit of bother about arson at his business
https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/ne...aire-businessman-charged-fraud-money-13434220


His facebook page, in case any of you wish to buy a luxury supercar, or rent a property ?



Some of the comments about him on other Forums are legend


1. "Thoroughbred horse" - looks like a gypsy horse from Appleby fair.
2. " Speed boat" - looks like a Seadoo from holiday.
3. "Millionaire" - looks like a semi in Birmingham.

That house needs more marble


Sort of looks like a nice average suburban house with a hint of Bond Villains underground lair, a Bond Villain that moonlights as a monumental mason and cant help sticking the offcuts everywhere.

Can you imagine buying that and then having to un Marble it ?

The best bit is at around 0.24. The worktop isn’t marble, it looks like the edge trim has snapped off exposing the chipboard.

One new point - one of the linked articles says he's been charged in relation to cloned-plates on stolen cars.

Given the massive amount of car-theft (mainly German performance or SUVs) in the West Mids area for at least a couple of years (and now extending into the 'shires around!), can I just say that if those charges are found proven I hope he ends up with a custodial sentence - the car thieves are being more aggressive and brazen about their actions as time goes on (and the police prove ineffective at catching them).

Back on-topic, from Google Images it looks like RO12 UJF could have once been with P1 International (the car equivalent of hiring a high-end escort for an evening...and no doubt just as fun!).

The police should have offloaded it to a reputable breaker like these guys:

https://www.eurospares.co.uk/cars-breaking-for-spa... (warning, more upsetting pictures).

The stolen parts argument is moot - without chance of such parts being recovered, I'd rather have them sold to better police the country than destroyed without benefit.

Anyway it was probably weighed in for scrap value and a cheque for £75 is winging it's way to Mr Kahn as we speak, so he shouldn't feel too hard done by.

Of course, if your money is legit and traceable you could always visit H.R. Owen and buy a genuine, warranted high quality 458 for £160,00??

if only Mr K had done that think of all the money he could have saved

FERRARI 458 ITALIA ~
 
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#4
In my experience the honestly rich don't buy or drive flash cars...for example a millionaire mate of mine drove a Series One Landrover, battered as buggery...totally happy with it too, and not to be inconspicuous either - just because he liked it....
 
#5
When I read the headline, I was inclined to offer a little sympathy, after all crushing a classic car is a pointless exercise
a Birmingham Businessman is in dispute with the West Midlands Police after they crushed his car, he is now taking them to court for his loss
His statement
'This is my Ferrari the police crushed unlawfully!! It has taken them almost 1 year to release the video, I wonder why??? My car was insured, and I was the owner. They went behind my back and removed a court order that was imposed on the car without notifying my self or my legal team, although the police was put on notice that if they were to go court, they had to inform us first. They failed to return my car so I had no choice to take the officer to court. So we put them on notice to attend court, in return the officer went to court behind our back a few days before the hearing that we arranged with them and removed the car from the court order and destroyed it the next day!!

I saved my ass off to buy this car and it was of sentimental value to me and my family. The police had no right to do what they did and it is very sad! This money could have gone to a good cause, as a Ferrari broken for parts is worth more then the car as a whole! We pay our taxes and In return the officers act like this in a public office!''


However upon reading a little further I realised his business brains are not the best, first of all he spent a total of £248,000 pounds of his hard earned money buying and restoring this Supercar
oddly he believed it was worth £200,00 ???
So by my reckoning his maths is even worse than mine
his small daughter loved being taken for a ride in it so touching !
he loved it so much that on a previous occasion when appearing in Court, he parked it on the Pavement, oddly the papers blanked his registration number out (RO12UJF)
he tried to recover his motorcar only to find the cruel and spiteful police had rendered his car scrapmetal

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Zahid Khan was stopped by the police and they found the vehicle was uninsured and a cat B write off
his story about lovingly refurbishing it using a genuine Ferrari garage has about as much truth in it as Putins election victory
Cat B cars can only be used as a source of parts providing those parts were not damaged in the accident, the bodyshell must be crushed and the vehicle may never be used on the road
DVLA may make an exception in the case of a rare and cherished family car that can be rebuilt to a high standard by specialists
However their is some doubt about the legality of the spare parts supplied, I have heard whispers that Mr K is a bit dodgy and may have used stolen components to refurbish his pride and joy, also those same whispers are telling me that he operates a chop shop the naughty tyke
checking the MOT database this 2012 car only shows 2 MOT test
the first MOT on the 17th May 2015 records a mileage of 15,078 so thats about 5K per year
the Second MOT on the 11th of October ( six months after the old MOT expired) records Mileage unreadable ?? on a 200,000K car
So his story begins to unravel
Main story about this poor mans Car
https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/millionaire-zahid-khan-taking-legal-14436021

Oddly Mr K is no stranger to the halls of Justice, unless he has a Criminal mastermind double
Trainee Pilot ( with those gold stripes ??) ambushed and kidnapped while collecting his new £250,000 Rolls Royce that he had only insured third party ?
Gang jailed after they ambushed trainee pilot Zahid Khan then held him for 7 hours | Daily Mail Online

Then a small matter of poor accounting comes to light
involving stolen motor vehicles and cloned numberplates
https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/ne...aire-businessman-charged-fraud-money-13434220

he is also a bit forgetful about the legal requirement with his property empire ( this sounds like another young man )
and a bit of bother about arson at his business
https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/ne...aire-businessman-charged-fraud-money-13434220


His facebook page, in case any of you wish to buy a luxury supercar, or rent a property ?



Some of the comments about him on other Forums are legend


1. "Thoroughbred horse" - looks like a gypsy horse from Appleby fair.
2. " Speed boat" - looks like a Seadoo from holiday.
3. "Millionaire" - looks like a semi in Birmingham.

That house needs more marble


Sort of looks like a nice average suburban house with a hint of Bond Villains underground lair, a Bond Villain that moonlights as a monumental mason and cant help sticking the offcuts everywhere.

Can you imagine buying that and then having to un Marble it ?

The best bit is at around 0.24. The worktop isn’t marble, it looks like the edge trim has snapped off exposing the chipboard.

One new point - one of the linked articles says he's been charged in relation to cloned-plates on stolen cars.

Given the massive amount of car-theft (mainly German performance or SUVs) in the West Mids area for at least a couple of years (and now extending into the 'shires around!), can I just say that if those charges are found proven I hope he ends up with a custodial sentence - the car thieves are being more aggressive and brazen about their actions as time goes on (and the police prove ineffective at catching them).

Back on-topic, from Google Images it looks like RO12 UJF could have once been with P1 International (the car equivalent of hiring a high-end escort for an evening...and no doubt just as fun!).

The police should have offloaded it to a reputable breaker like these guys:

https://www.eurospares.co.uk/cars-breaking-for-spa... (warning, more upsetting pictures).

The stolen parts argument is moot - without chance of such parts being recovered, I'd rather have them sold to better police the country than destroyed without benefit.

Anyway it was probably weighed in for scrap value and a cheque for £75 is winging it's way to Mr Kahn as we speak, so he shouldn't feel too hard done by.

Of course, if your money is legit and traceable you could always visit H.R. Owen and buy a genuine, warranted high quality 458 for £160,00??

if only Mr K had done that think of all the money he could have saved

FERRARI 458 ITALIA ~

Our West Indian friends have a saying.......

"Di More monkey climb, Di more im backside expose. "
 
#7
Mr Khan appears to suffer the most dreadful luck: kidnapped and held to ransom by former friends just after having picked up a Rolls Royce over debts he disputes ever existed, arson attacks on his business and now the Police wrongly crushing his cherished but entirely unroadworthy vehicle.

Then there was the terrible experience of being charged with six counts of concealing criminal property relating to allegedly stolen vehicles bearing allegedly cloned number plates, two counts of perverting the course of justice, transferring criminal property, conspiracy to commit fraud and four counts of fraud by false representation concerning no less than four separate insurance policies for a Ferrari.

And his cruel misfortunes don't stop there. Both his brothers were charged with conspiracy to commit fraud, perverting the course of justice with one of them also charged with concealing and converting criminal property.

To top all this woe off, his wife along with two associated persons were charged with conspiracy to commit fraud.

Wonder how all that will end
 

Joshua Slocum

LE
Book Reviewer
#8
“A group of men and a woman are accused of running a car registration scam in which the rights to high-value number plates were stolen and offered for sale - some for more than £100,000.

“Khan his brother Aamir Khan, 25, and 39-year-old Ayan Ahmed, plus associate Zubair Ahmad, 33, have been charged with conspiracy to commit fraud.

They also face counts of perverting the course of justice after it’s claimed they tried diverting blame to a bogus car dealer.

“In addition, Zahid and Aamir Khan, face charges of concealing and converting criminal property relating to stolen cars running on false plates.

“And Zahid Khan also stands accused of four counts of fraud by false representation after it’s alleged he failed to declare details on car insurance documents.”

I know how it ended for another young property and car magnate, in the passenger seat of a high performance saloon car with three holes in him Courtesy of Mr H and Mr K
 
#10
I have seen this bell end driving around brum on a couple of occasions, took him both times on my 11.5 hp Honda.
Emperor Mong is a genetic defect with this one.
 
#15
Not sure buggering a Romanian will help? :?
In what way ?

Sean Connery is being interviewed by Michael Parkinson, and is bragging that despite his 72 years of age, he could still have 'shex' three times a night.
Scots singing sensation Lulu, who was also a guest on the show looked on, intrigued. After the show, Lulu said, "Sean, if Ah'm no bein' too forward, Ah'd love tae hae sax wi an aulder man. Let's go back tae mah place."
So they go back to her place and have great sex.
Afterwards, Sean says "If you think that was good, let me shleep for half an hour, and we can have even better shex later... but while I'm shleepin', can you hold my baws in your left hand and my willie in your right hand."
He sleeps for half an hour, awakens, and true to his word, they have even better sex than the first time.
Then Sean says, "that was truly wonderful darling, but if you
let me shleep for an hour thish time, we can have the besht shex yet.
But again, you must hold my baws in your left hand and my wullie in your right hand." Lulu is now used to the routine and complies - the results are mind blowing once more.
Once it's all over, and the cigarettes are duly lit, Lulu enquires..
"Sean,tell me.. dis mah haudin yer baws in mah left hand and yer wullie in mah right stimulate ye while yr sleepin?"
Sean replied, "No, but the lasht time I shlept with a Glashwegian, she shtole ma wallet."




Substitute Sir Sean and Lulu for Vaz and a Romanian rent- boy......... the gag still works......
 

Joshua Slocum

LE
Book Reviewer
#17
Seems our business man had been trying to sell it along with a nice line in bullshit about it being able to be put back on the road
Thats Fraud I think
One of the things that dodgy types do is to patch up a write off or stolen car, export it to another country where they do not have access to our database and will issue it with a new plate
another trick is to export to one of the brothers, register it then re import it and get a new plate thereby losing all trace of its past
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TheIronDuke

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#20
Zadiq Kahn said:
the police was put on notice that if they were to go court, they had to inform us first.
I am pleased to note Mr. Kahn has retained an adequate QC. I bet the rozzers are bricking it.
 

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