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Exotic Cars Speeding Through Beverly Hills … Police are examining a street race between two high-performance exotic vehicles in Beverly Hills seen in a YouTube video that gathered numerous thousands of views. The video reveals a white Porsche and a yellow Ferrari speeding through a property system at high speeds on Saturday evening in the 700 block of North Walden Drive. At one point the automobiles speed through a stop indication. The Ferrari, which the Kelly Directory stated deserves $5 million, appears to almost hit the automobile of another driver that’s not involved in the street race. The video ends when the Ferrari’s engine starts cigarette smoking and pulls back into the driveway. Authorities might be seen arriving in the community. “The children were frightened and the next-door neighbors were out and this female was howling ’cause her other half almost got run over,” said Roya Levian. Authorities stated they did not see the offenses and “might not take any law enforcement action such as a citation or arrest,” according to a press release. While police were conducting their investigation, they were approached by a man who stated the automobiles came from him and rejected speeding, running stop indications or driving recklessly. Authorities stated they have actually touched with the United States State Department about the diplomatic status of the people included and the legality of the vehicles driven on the roadway. Video reporter Jacob Rogers said that a guy confronted him when he captured the incident on video. “He told me verbatim, ‘I might have you killed and get away with it,'” Rogers said. “I informed him, ‘the press is enabled to be here on the walkway on a public street.’ He stated, ‘(Expletive) America’ and tossed a cigarette at me.” The tenants of the $10 million home where the vehicles were seen did not want to speak with NBC4 on Monday.
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