Stig Persian’s Cousin: I was doing the speed limit, obeying all traffic laws and I was just traveling through Oregon on my way to Vancouver, BC in Canada but this police officer seems to be absolutely clueless about federal and international driving laws.
A motorist, who lives in the the United Arab Emirates (UAE), claims he has an EPA exemption that allows him to drive his vehicle in the United States. He said he flew his car to North America and then flies it back when he returns to UAE.
YouTube Channel Publisher “Stig’s Persian Cousin says:
“I have never tried to bait any police officer anywhere in the world just to get it on video for the views, I always respect them and I always smile but this Oregon State Trooper (Trooper Donald Rummer) was definitely the most arrogant, defensive and ignorant police officer I have ever encountered.
I was doing the speed limit, obeying all traffic laws and I was just traveling through Oregon on my way to Vancouver, BC in Canada but this police officer seems to be absolutely clueless about federal and international driving laws.
The car did have plates, Dubai plates, this is where I reside and the Lamborghini was just temporary shipped to the US for a short vacation. Just like a Canadian driver with a Canadian license plate in the US. Plain and simple. I’m pretty sure if I said the wrong thing, the officer would have just arrested me on general principle!”
Following the encounter, the motorist ridiculed the trooper for “giving up on life” when he was assigned to another call.
Text on the video claims he “owned” the trooper, and the title of the YouTube video was published, “Cop FAILS To Intimidate Lamborghini Owner!”
The motorist is also heard saying the trooper doesn’t know federal law.
Videos on the channel show a variety of Lamborghini videos with a few involving encounters with police.
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