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Saudi playboy takes London by storm with fleet of golden cars

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32AA312000000578-3515463-image-a-55_1459337659683A Saudi billionaire dubbed as ‘Saudi playboy’ has taken London by storm with his incredible lifestyle including the fleet of golden cars.

A UK-based tabloid has featured the luxurious lifestyle of the billionaire in a report which has been released after the super-rich Saudi has caused quite a stir in west London in recent days.

According to the report by MailOnline, the fleet owned by the billionaire includes golden Bentley, Lamborghini and Rolls Royce which have been seen touring the streets and parked outside luxury hotels.

The billionaire has been identified as Turki Bin Abdullah his money and his cars between the oil-rich states of the Middle East to the most exclusive streets of Europe.

In one video, he is shown chasing a camel down a steep desert slope in his £370,00 six-wheel Mercedes G63. A friend jokes: ‘My drive home from school’, according to the report.

Another clip, posted just a few weeks ago, shows him filming himself as he drives his £350,000 Lamborghini Aventador SV in west London, followed by friends in another of his golden vehicles.

various photographs posted by Bin Abdullah his cars parked in exclusive locations in Paris, London and Dubai as he flies them around the world to be with him at great expense. He is also seen frequenting expensive restaurants including Home Bakery in Dubai.

According to MailOnline, citing previous reports, it costs around £4,000 to cover each vehicle in gold chrome wrap and it takes in excess of £20,000 for the owners to fly their vehicles around 3,000 miles to London. Qatar Airways is one of the operators that facilitates the transportation.

This comes as a Saudi prince promised to give brand new luxury cars to fighter pilots who took part in Riyadh’s airstrikes in Yemen.

The commitment by the billionaire Saudi prince – Alwaleed bin Talal, to give each of the 100 fighter pilots a brand new Bentley was made on social media in April last year shortly after the Saudi-led airstrikes were launched on Yemen.

Bin Talal is the owner of Saudi Arabia’s largest companies, Kingdom Holdings, and owns a $300m stake in Twitter and with a fortune estimated at around $23 billion and investments in Apple, Time Warner and Citigroup.

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