Dubai police's Lamborghini Aventador patrol car


In Dubai, the fuzz drive Lamborghinis. Also, BMW 5 Series, Chevy Camaros, and Dodge Chargers. (Laughing Squid)


  1. The plus:  200+ mph top speed
    The minus: Criminals can evade you by taking roads with bumps larger than 1/4″ in height.

    1. I don’t actually know – how common are such roads in Dubai (specifically in this car’s patrol area)?

    2. my roomate’s aunt makes $74/hour on the internet. She has been without a job for seven months but last month her check was $18039 just working on the internet for a few hours. Read more on  Jive8.c­om

  2. That country is going to leave a lot of interesting artifacts for future archaeologists to puzzle over after the oil runs out. 

  3. I have only seen photos of Dubai, but it seems like this surreal toy city that is eerily vacant all the time.

    Can anyone who has actually been there verify or deny this? Are there actually any people in that place?

    1. I live and work here in Dubai (am American, lived in London the last 10 years).

      It is definitely “surreal” and has a lot of “toy” elements to it.

      But it is far from vacant and is absolutely heaving with activity.  It has one of the world’s busiest ports, busiest airports, is home to over 120 different nationalities, and is booming with construction everywhere.

      They say there are over 2 billion people within a five hour flight of here, and you see it everywhere.  I’ve never lived somewhere so diverse and mixed, and this includes New York and London.  

      So “surreal”, yes, but “vacant’, far from it.

    2. The place is full of people. Are you stupid? 
      I’ve been there twice. 
      Country’s beautiful.

    1. and they’ve already crashed one:

      I believe one UK constabulary at one point had a Ferrari, confiscated to some drug lord and promptly repurposed by Her Majesty’s finest, which was then driven over a cliff by some absolutely-not-drunk-nossah plod.

  4. Whenever I see a souped-up muscle car in police livery, I expect a plump redneck with sunglasses and chewing tobacco behind the wheel. It really projects an image of trigger-happy TSA-grade police work. A boring old standard issue car is much preferable. If I ever see one of these in the rear view mirror, it’s all over.

  5. If you think Samuel`s story is great…, a month back my daughter in-law basically also broght in $9686 working a twelve hour week at home and their best friend’s step-mother`s neighbour done this for 10-months and earned more than $9686 part-time from their mac. use the information on this page………. ZOO80.ℂom

  6. I understand the story is about Dubai and Lamborghinis, but Oklahoma’s police force also drive Dodge Chargers, and Chevy Camaros.  All of which seem unnecessary, and expensive.   

    1. Cars have become overly expensive lately, but both law enforcement spec versions of those cars aren’t markedly higher than any other level of needed vehicle when all things are considered.

    1. Even a Lamborghini would automatically qualify as “the stupidest <something> in the world”, when driven by the pictured individual. He carries an infinite amount of stupidity on his own persona.

  7. This oppulence is just more slaps in the face of the slaves they use for building all of their infrastructure. Checkout the Vice / BBC expose on the “Slaves of Dubai” quite heartbreaking

  8. Imagine this is so it is easier for them to catch all those fleet-footed migrant workers who are trying to escape the unending cycle of poverty and exploitation.

  9. They can’t even put a suspect on the backseat. I guess all they do it give tickets or take bribes.

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