Pregnant woman gifts husband $650,000 Lamborghini so he will care for her and the baby ‘day and night’
- A pregnant Malaysian woman bought her husband a Lamborghini as a gift so he could prepare for “confinement” after the baby is born.
- Cosmetics entrepreneur Anes Ayuni Osman, 19, uploaded a TikTok video of her surprising her husband on March 12 by blindfolding him and taking him to the car dealership.
- The TikTok video has amassed 1.5 million views and 160,000 likes.
- The 19-year-old said she will may give birth byC-section at the end of March.
A pregnant Malaysian woman shared a video online in which she surprises her husband with a $650,000 Lamborghini in anticipation of his dedicated caretaking of her and their baby.
Anes Ayuni Osman, 19, uploaded the video to TikTok on March 12, showing viewers how she surprised her husband by taking him into a car dealership blindfolded. In the video, her husband, 20-year-old Weldan Zulkefli, cries from happiness after seeing the turquoise Huracan Evo wrapped with a giant red bow.
Hong Kong superstar Aaron Kwok was driving a Lamborghini on his way to buy diapers for his baby daughter when he was caught in the middle of anti-government protests on Sunday night.
Thousands of demonstrators donning masks and black T-shirts gathered at the U.S. consulate to call for support in bringing democracy to Hong Kong, according to InkStone.
A wealthy man in southern China ended up throwing tantrums after his love interest rejected his marriage proposal that featured a brand new Lamborghini.
The incident occurred just outside of the Wanda Plaza shopping complex in Changsha, Hunan province on Saturday, Two Eggz reported.
A dog owner has agreed to pay a Lamborghini driver 45,000 yuan ($6,600) after her pet escaped and ran towards the 8 million yuan ($1,169,847) luxury car, causing minor damage to the vehicle.
The incident happened in Suzhou on July 17 when the golden retriever slipped its leash while walking with the owner’s 13-year-old daughter, according to Jiangsu Television via South China Morning Post.
In what may sound like a scene straight from an anime, a Japanese patrol cop pulled over a driver on a Lamborghini after chasing the supercar on his bicycle.
Peter Saddington, an entrepreneur and co-founder of VINwiki, proves that you can actually buy ridiculously expensive things like a Lamborghini by using the cryptocurrency Bitcoin.
In his interview in October, Saddington went on to say how his November 2011 investment in Bitcoin got him the luxurious supercar, a second-hand 2015 Lamborghini Huracan.
An Indonesian man’s $630,000 Singapore dollars ($462,589) Lamborghini could be scrapped after it was forfeited to the state following its owner’s previous involvement in illegal racing.
Singapore court decided to forfeit the exotic vehicle, which was bought under the name of the company owned by the parents of Indonesian traffic offender Kevin Pratama Chandra.
Social media has brought one reckless Lamborghini owner in Singapore to justice after a video of his dangerous driving went viral on Facebook.
The video of the blue Lambo whizzing past two vehicles on an expressway later led to the arrest of its 45-year-old owner, local police officers have confirmed.
A bus driver is going viral all over China after photos were captured of him driving to work in luxury supercars.
The man’s identity is still unknown and netizen speculate that he is really a tuhao who conceals his identity during work hours.
In a story out in Gloucester, England, an unknown man in a wheelchair was caught on camera purposely blocking the path of a red £350,000 (roughly $500,00) Lamborghini Aventador.
The driver of the car is seen honking his horn repeatedly to get the man to move. Eventually, he gets out of the car and wheels the man to the side of the road himself.
Watch two grannies take a Lamborghini out for a day to run errands! The ladies look adorable as they’re cruising down the street catching eyeballs. The best part is when they try to figure out where the trunk is after going grocery shopping.