Supposed Formula 1 fan stole Charles Leclerc’s 300,000-euro watch

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Monaco driver was the sufferer of the theft as he posed for an image with the would-be legal

Supposed Formula 1 fan stole Charles Leclerc's 300,000-euro watch

It was an Easter Monday to neglect for Charles Leclerc. The Ferrari racer was the topic of a theft in Livorno, the place a worthwhile watch price round 300,000 euros was snatched from his wrist.

The timepiece in query is the Richard Mille 67-02 personalised within the colors of the flag of Monaco, the model that sponsors the Scuderia in F1. An identical design was auctioned final yr for two million euros, though it may be discovered in the marketplace for round 300,000 euros.

Supposed Formula 1 fan stole Charles Leclerc's 300,000-euro watch

How was Charles Leclerc robbed?

The younger driver was within the presence of his non-public coach, Andrea Ferrari, when a fan approached him with the pretence of taking an image with him. Abruptly, his watch was taken from him by the person, who promptly fled, in line with TGCOM24.

Leclerc and his coach had no different possibility however to alert the native police, who arrived on the scene to begin the preliminary investigation and course of his report. Ferrari, who’s from Viareggio, posted a photograph on Instagram of the darkish avenue by which the crime was dedicated, while additionally making the general public conscious of what occurred.


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