British man steals rich Saudi’s Rolls-Royce by posing as owner
Humza used the fake form to order new keys for the car
A 25-year-old British man stole a $97,505.75 worth Rolls-Royce from a rich Saudi man by presenting himself as the real owner of the luxury car to the UK’S Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), local media reported on Friday.
Mohammed Humza is said to have filed a bogus form to the DVLA, claiming to own the Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe, which was kept in a garage in central London.
Humza used the fake form to order new keys for the car.
The Saudi, who has a chauffeur to check on the car on a weekly basis, told local media that could not reply the DVLA on whether the ownership has changed since he was abroad.
Humza says he is not-guilty and claims to have a “legitimate right” to the Rolls Royce.
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