$285K+ Ferarri 458 Spider crashed in England

Ferarri 458 Spyder
Source: Lancashire Road Police

A man has crashed a Ferrari 458 Spider worth more than 200,000 pounds (more than $285,000) in Burnley, England.

The Lancashire Police told CNBC that it was called around midday Sunday after a reports of a collision. Officers found the Ferrari after it had collided with a wall and made no arrests. The police also said that the male, 25-year-old driver was uninjured.

CNBC has confirmed that the Ferrari 458 Spider belongs to Platinum Executive Travel. A spokesperson for the company said the company has recovered the vehicle and it is making its way back to its showroom.

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Aleem Iqbal, also known as "Lord Aleem," whose father runs Platinum Executive Travel tweeted that he was not driving the car when it crashed.

Lord Aleem tweet