Dictator's million dollar supercars seized, sold.

You’ve got to love dictators. Particularly African ones. While their populations starve, corruption lines their pockets with gold and rubies.

Well, in an epic dose of karma, the universe has handed out some payback to the son of the ‘President’ of Equatorial Guinea, Teodorin Obiang.

A fan of supercars, Teodorin’s entire multi-million dollar fleet - which includes two Bugatti Veyrons and models from Bentley, Ferrari, Porsche, Maserati, Rolls-Royce and Maybach – has been seized and sold by French police.

French police actually raided Teodorin’s 80 million Euro, 101-room Parisian mansion way back in 2011, but only just sold some of the cars for a little over $4 million.

And the kicker? All of the cars have little to no mileage on them. Too bad Teodorin…

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