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Maybach Torched

A luxury Maybach sedan went up in flames in an unguarded parking lot in western Moscow's Krylatskoye district early Wednesday, apparently torched by unidentified arsonists, RIA-Novosti said.

No suspects were identified, but firefighters found an empty gasoline can nearby, likely used to douse the Maybach in fuel, the report said, adding that the car was damaged beyond repair.

The car had license plates with the prestigious number 001. Private security guards of a nearby store said the unidentified owner claimed that the car cost $6 million, which is about 10 times the regular price for a Maybach.


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