A Nigerian man has bought a Bugatti Veyron car owned by Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nigeria’s privately owned Punch news site reports.
Obi Okeke, popularly known as Doctor Bugatti, bought the car for $2.5m ( £1.7m)
The Bugatti Veyron 2015 model goes 0-60mph in 2.5 seconds and has only had about 1,000 miles on it, the report says.
According to entertainment site TMZ, Mr Okeke, a Bugatti dealer, has intentions to resell the vehicle.
Mr Okeke has a lucrative client base, which includes heavyweight boxing champion Floyd Mayweather.
The Spanish edition of the motor sports magazine, Top Gear, has a story about Mr Okeke “titled the man capable of selling 93 cars at a time.”
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