Korean Gangsters Arrested After Stealing And Trying To Resell Dok2’s Ferrari

Korea’s biggest black market car dealer run by gangsters were caught by the police when they attempted to resell Dok2’s Ferrari.

Mr. Choi and 9 members of his gang were arrested for dealing stolen cars on the black market, called”Ghost Car Online Dealership”.

A total of 147 consumers who regularly bought from the website, knowing that the cars were stolen, were also arrested.

Dok2’s Ferrari that’s worth more than $367,000 USD was put up for illegal sale at about $74,000 USD.

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The dealership has reportedly made over $5.4 million dollars from scamming lease contracts and stealing cars since last September.

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Dok2 called the police when the GPS installed in the Ferrari sent out a location report just as it was about to be sold off.

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The police were able to retrieve the car before the transaction took place and returned it back to Dok2 safely.

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Further investigation will be conducted as more people involved in the market are interrogated and arrested.

Dok2 is famous for his wide collection of the most expensive and luxurious cars in all of Korea.

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Thanks to the help of his secure GPS system and the local police, Dok2 was able to stop an illegal black market chain run by notorious gangsters.

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Source: mediapen

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