Police In Dubai Found About 3,000 Abandoned Luxury Cars, This Is Why People Are Leaving Them Behind

#1 Lamborghini

This Lambo has been left in this parking structure for a long time. Look at how dusty it is, and all the people who have written on the dirty car.

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#2 Ferrari Enzo

This Ferrari is worth over $1 million dollars and was just left at the airport, with no one returning to claim it.

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#3 The Reason For The Abandonment?

The reason is Sharia Law, which makes it illegal to let your debts go unpaid.

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#4 It’s a criminal offense

Bouncing checks for car payments or declined credit cards could land you in jail.

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#5 The owners fled the country

Instead of facing prison, the owners left the cars and fled the country.

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#6 Sounds a little drastic

These desperate measures taken by car owners is their only alternative to life behind bars.

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#7 Warning notices

If a car is parked for 15 days or longer, the police leave a warning notice and impound the vehicle.

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Cars worth $250,000 just left in the parking lot, never to be reclaimed.

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Thousands of foreigners moved to Dubai in the early 2000’s, attracted by the promise of ludicrously high-paying jobs.

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These westerners ran up insane lines of credit, living lavish lifestyles during the boom times in Dubai.

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But when the economy crashed in 2009, many of these wealthy Europeans suddenly found themselves in deep debt, and bankrupt.

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In Dubai, prison sentences are notoriously harsh, and you can even go to jail for simply being too deep in debt or going into bankruptcy.

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So when times got hard, many foreigners headed directly for the airport, fleeing the country, leaving their luxury cars to rust in the airport parking lot.

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