G-Wagon Set On Fire As Dispute Between Drug Dealers Led To Shootout Inside Car Showroom In Saudi
Mercedes G-Wagon set on fire as dispute between drug dealers led to shootout inside car showroom in Saudi Arabia.
Police arrested 10 people after a video of the shooting inside a car showroom went viral on social media.
Those arrested by the police includes nine Saudis and a foreigner. They have been referred for prosecution.
Last month, police arrested 10 people in Riyadh, the capital and largest city of Saudi Arabia, after a video of a shooting inside a car showroom went viral on social media.
In a footage taking inside the car showroom, gunshots from an automatic rifle were heard. The video also showed a burning Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon SUV outside the showroom.
According to the Saudi Ministry of the Interior, the violence in the capital was linked to a dispute between drug dealers. Two people injured in the incident were taken to hospital.
Those arrested includes nine Saudis and a foreigner. They have been referred for prosecution, according to Saudi Press Agency. Other suspects have been identified and more arrests are taking place.
In a related news….
Last year, SAMACO Automotive, the official Bugatti dealer in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, opened the world’s largest Bugatti showroom for hypercars from the French luxury marque.
During the launch event, two latest derivatives of the Bugatti Chiron Hypercar, the Chiron Pur Sport and Chiron Super Sport, were displayed at the Riyadh showroom.
Samaco’s chief executive Mohammed Raffa said :
“We are thrilled to announce the opening of the world’s largest Bugatti showroom in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh, located at I MALL Luxury Cars.”
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