Mysterious ‘billionaire’ who uses $100 bills to keep his identity a secret loses his famous yellow Lamborghini after police caught him ‘honking’ around town
- The mysterious billionaire’s car was impounded
- The car was shared on an anonymous account
- The user claims to be a former bodybuilder
A mysterious billionaire who brags about his “luxury lifestyle” to thousands of followers on Instagram will face court after he was caught racing his expensive sports car.
The anonymous man, who uses Andecopr123 on Instagram, has kept his face hidden since joining the platform in 2014, but claims to be a billionaire and former bodybuilder from Perth.
Police of Western Australia caught the anonymous bodybuilder reportedly reaching speeds of 155 km/h in a 100 km/h in his beloved yellow Lamborghini on a highway in Perth on January 28.
Police say the car was seen again just under a month later driving on the Stirling Highway in Peppermint Grove, in the west of the city, on Friday.
State investigators intercepted the car and accused the driver of reckless driving, exceeding the speed limit by more than 45 km/h.
The yellow Lamborghini (above) of an anonymous Perth billionaire has been seized for ‘hooning’ violations
Instagrammer andecopr123 (above) claims to be a billionaire and former professional bodybuilder
The crime is regarded by police as ‘very dangerous’ and a display of ‘anti-social’ behaviour, The Western Australian reported.
The Lamborghini was seized for 28 days, probably at the expense of the driver.
If found guilty, he faces a fine of up to $6,000 and seven demerit points.
The man from North Fremantle will appear before the Midland Magistrates Court on April 26.
Heavy fines, however, seem of little concern to the bodybuilder who calls himself a ‘God send’.
WA Police seized the Lamborghini (above) last Friday
In 2018, the high-flyer was caught driving 111 km/h in a 100 km/h zone in the same yellow Lamborghini that was recently seized.
He shared a photo of the car’s speed camera on his Instagram, captioning it ‘the photo is so worth the fine’ – even tagging Western Australia Police in the arrogant post.
The mysterious Instagrammer has gained more than 95,000 followers in his eight years on the platform.
In the past nine years, he has shared 965 posts, but only once showed his face in a photo from the past when he was training to become a professional member of the International Federation of BodyBuilding and Fitness.
Judging by his posts – which he religiously tags as ‘luxury lifestyle’, ‘Lamborghini’ and ‘perfect living’ – the social media star will have no problem paying the maximum fine for his alleged offense if found guilty.
In one photo, he broke nearly $1 million in cash while sitting on a table, and in another, he shared a “face mask” he made from $100 bills.
The mysterious billionaire has shared just one photo showing his face, a ‘blast from the past’ on which he works out (above)
He shares hundreds of photos of his “luxury lifestyle” on Instagram (pictured the Instagrammer with his beloved yellow Lamborghini)
Other snaps show him surrounded by heavily branded luxury goods and boasting about his important friends.
A photo taken in front of Uluru showed four men in a row with their faces obscured, with the caption “none of the guys in the photo are worth less than $500 million each.”
One of the billionaire’s prized cars was a Lamborghini Diablo SV-R classic race car that he put up for auction in 2021.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Andecopr123 for comment.