Heart-wrenching footage of 68 luxury cars being crushed as part of anti-smuggling combat

08/08/2018

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The bulldozed luxury cars include and Lamborghinis, Porsches and Mustangs, valued up to £4.26million (~N2b).

Rodrigo Duterte, The President of the Philippines, is famed for his zero-tolerance policies. He even dear show his apparent dislike of the U.S, leading to a rotten relationship between the two countries. Aside from it, the President went tough and hard on the domestic matters as well.

Rodrigo Duterte, President of  the Philippines

Rodrigo Duterte, The President of the Philippines, is famed for his resolute policies

In February, the most powerful figure of the Philippines brought out a bold decision of crushing a slew of luxury cars with bulldozers. This was his message to smuggling, which had been a headache to the governing units.

And just over a week ago, the President once more time showed his endeavor in the fight against it by letting more than 60 luxury models suffer “destructive weapons” of the bulldozers.

Supercars crushed by bulldozers in the Philippines

Crushing those cars was his message to smuggling, which had been a headache of the Government

Supercars crushed by bulldozers in the Philippines

Mr. Rodrigo Duterte stated this was to show that the country bears no mercy for smuggling or any kind of illegal acts

You can check out the video below which shows 68 pricey smuggled cars are destined dead including  Lamborghinis, Porsches and Mustangs, valued up to £4.26million (~N2billion)

Video: Watch: Philippines' Duterte oversees smuggled luxury cars being destroyed

Mr. Rodrigo Duterte stated this was to show that the country bears no mercy for smuggling or any kind of illegal acts which defame its name and the country will work hard on the way to be a good place for investment.

cars crushed by bulldozers in the Philippines

It is calculated to include 8 motorcycles, Porsches, Mustangs, and Lamborghinis compounding up to  £4.26million (~N2b)

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