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Lamborghini captured accelerating at 130 mph on the M32

Police were driven on a high-speed chase down the M32 by a Lamborghini – which exceeded 130 miles per hour after failing to stop.

Agents from Avon and Somerset Constabulary were put into action yesterday evening (July 4) after the person behind the wheel of the expensive supercar continued acting when asked to stop.

The driver would then almost double the speed limit on the M32 in Bristol before being detained by the police.

Now accused of various driving offenses will appear in court, police said.

By posting a photo on Twitter, AS Police Road Safety (RPU) said: “This Lamborghini failed to stop for us tonight in Bristol. It reached a speed of 130 miles per hour + on the M32.

“However, we all know the story of the Tortoise and the Hare. Tortoise 1, Hare zero.

“The driver will be brought to court for various driving infractions.”

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