‘X Factor’ reject mounts gold Lamborghini at launch of Chelsea Green restaurant Kiru
If Turki Bin Abdullah hadn’t been embarrassed enough already after his fleet of gold cars were photographed with parking tickets and being trailed by a spoof Ford Ka wrapped in gold paper, he must now be even more red-faced as on Thursday, at the opening of a new restaurant on Chelsea Green named Kiru, an X Factor reject literally mounted his car.
Pictured in a red dress straddled across Bin Abdullah’s £350,000 gold Lamborghini Aventador, Chloe-Jasmine Whichello looked a little worse for wear as she climbed onto the car. She somehow managed to get one of her heels onto the roof but her time there was not long-lived.
Whilst the Daily Mail reported that the 24-year old singer had “asked for permission”, we can instead report that she was promptly and unceremoniously removed by his security detail. The car and its pint-sized owner departed soon after.
In the class stakes: X Factor reject – 0, Pint-Sized James Stunt – 0, Kiru Restaurant – 0.
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