London Arson Attacks: Lord Aleem Sees Other 3 Cars Torched after Vandalized Aventador

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Photo: Aleem's Twitter Account
Meet Aleem Iqbal. This is a 19-year old Brit who is known on social media for showing off his eccentric vehicles. For some reason, the cars he drives have been aimed by several arson attacks in the past few weeks. After finding his Lamborghini Aventador Roadster torched by vandals in London on 6th of June, another two Audi R8s and a Bentley Flying Spur were lit on fire by three unidentified men, a couple of days ago. All together, the damage is around £500,000 ($850,000).
We recently wrote about the unfortunate event that took place in London, with the Lambo receiving a brief but effective attack. It was allegedly an act of jealousy. The attack was caught on tape by the CCTV cameras and showed three men descending from a Mercedes ML and taking on the Lamborghini.

The same scene happened again a couple of days ago, only this time the attack involved two Audi R8s and a Bentley Flying Spur. While the Aventador was leased for a wedding, the other three “victims” destroyed in a second attack were parked next to his father’s Platinum Executive Travel firm in Yardley, Birmingham. Most of the cars Aleem drives allegedly belong to his father's company.

The whole thing got taped again and the footage shows two people walking up to the three cars before they were set on fire.

Iqbal wrote on his social media accounts that he had a million British pounds ($850,000) worth of cars destroyed in the last few days: “I’m not really in a great state of mind at the moment. I’m not sure if it’s an attack on my family because they would have come directly after me or my family if that was the case. However, I do believe it could be a vile act of jealousy towards my business or it could just be mindless vandals on an arson spree.”

Jealousy or not, we don’t know if that means anything, but Iqbal also left an advice to his fans on Twitter, stating they shouldn’t mix culture with religion, because that’s when things start to go wrong. As long as we remember, religion was also about never being proud, so maybe that would’ve also helped the youngster. Just saying...

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