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Millionaire supercar fanatic, 30, has £200,00 Ferrari 458 Spider seized and CRUSHED by cops

A MILLIONAIRE rogue landlord who parked his £200k Ferrari on the pavement outside court during a conviction appeal revealed today the supercar has been seized and crushed.

Zahid Khan’s Ferrari 458 Spider was confiscated by police on April 5 because they thought it might have been stolen – and it has now been destroyed.

Zahid Khan parked a £200,000 supercar on the pavement outside court before his hearing
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The millionaire businessman revealed that he had spent hundreds of thousands of pounds revamping the Ferrari before it was seized and destroyed
Zahid Khan via Birmingham Mail
Khan posted a picture on Facebook in December of two Ferrari cars

Khan was found guilty of six charges and ordered to complete 150 hours of community service after being accused of forcing people out of his luxury home in Birmingham.

The 30-year-old made headlines when he parked the vehicle outside the city’s crown court in March when appealing against the conviction.

Then a few weeks later Khan said that cops pulled him over and seized his car.

He said he bought the cherished motor from a large auction company, and had official Ferrari parts fitted – but insisted neither the vehicle or fittings were taken illegally.

When Khan returned to Birmingham Crown Court this morning to show paper proving his ownership, he learned the Ferrari had been scrapped.

He told the Birmingham Mail: “I did not know anything about that and I can’t believe they have destroyed my car.

“I love supercars and have owned a number of them and loved this car.

“I bought it to do it up as a hobby and when I finished it was worth more than £200,000.”

A spokesman for West Midlands Police said that the car was crushed last week because it had no valid insurance and was a Category B vehicle – which are officially classed as “unroadworthy”, meaning the shell has to be destroyed.

Khan posted a picture of himself with his Ferrari and “stallion” on Facebook in June
Khan has claimed the tenants caused damage to his property
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The court upheld three of the charges – interfering with the peace and comfort of tenants, failing to provide adequate smoke alarms, and failing to obtain an HMO licence for the property.

However it dismissed the other three – failing to ensure the property was kept in good and clean decorative repair, failure to ensure the internal structure of the property was maintained in good repair, and failure to ensure that any fixtures, fittings or appliances were maintained in good repair.

Following the appeal, Khan was ordered to pay an extra £2,000 on top of the previous £5,700 he was told to pay.

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