A FERRARI driver has been branded an “idiot” after cops seized his supercar over lack of insurance.
German officials seized the Ferrari’s F8 Tributo, valued at more than £250,000, as it didn’t have any cover.
The vehicle was reportedly seized by cops after a routine check set of traffic lights.
According to Mettmann police, the anonymous 32-year-old driver hadn’t paid any of his monthly insurance payments since January 2022.
In 'n Facebook -plasing, police confirmed that revoke the motorist’s registration and invalidated his license plates on the spot.
The humiliated driver was then forced to pay a tow truck to come and take his car back home.
Social media users were left in stiches by the drivers antics noting the irony that the owner could afford to buy the supercar, but couldn’t pay for his insurance.
One simply wrote: “What an idiot.”
The news comes amid a string of supercar speeding offences as German cops battle the deadly world of “speed tourism.”
Shocking pictures show the smouldering wreckages of glam motors and even buses crashed at superspeeds as Duitsland‘s motorway network makes Britain’s 70mph limit seem sedate.
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In one horror clip, a driver can be seen veering off an autobahn while whizzing along at 205mph in a Lamborghini Huracán – which retail at more than £164,400.
Pictures show the expensive sports car reduced to a burnt pile of debris after careering off the highway.
In another incident, German reality TV star Julia Jasmin Ruehle was left with extensive injuries after smashing into the central barrier after she lost control of her supercar on the A11 autobahn in the district of Barnim.
Police said the car hit the barrier at such speed that it was completely destroyed in the incident last summer.
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And just this month, a tycoon who sparked fury when he drove his Bugatti supercar at 259mph on a German motorway dodged jail over lack of evidence.
Meer as 10 million people viewed a clip of the Czech investment chief Radim Passer, 58, hitting 259mph on the A2 autobahn in July last year.