Wealthy Chinese Student’s Maserati Confiscated in Scotland after Drunk Driving Charges

Wealthy Chinese Student’s Maserati Confiscated in Scotland after Drunk Driving Charges
Nov 13, 2015 By eChinacities.com

A wealthy Chinese student studying in Scotland’s Maserati was confiscated after he was arrested for the second time for drunk driving. The student, Li Chennao, 22, showed no remorse for his actions. When asked ask he if realized he could have caused a fatal accident, Li simply smirked and said he would not have done that. 

Li currently studies English at the University of Stirling in Scotland. He was stopped in May for driving in the wrong lane outside of the Stirling train station. His blood alcohol levels were tested and found to be twice the normal amount. He was due to appear in court on September 17.

On August 22, Li was stopped again on the suspicion of drunk driving. He refused to take the breathalyzer test.

In court, the judge reprimanded him for his “blatant disregard for the law,” banned him from driving for three years, fined him 1,950 Pounds and confiscated his Maserati. 

Source: inews.qq.com

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Keywords: Li Chennao University of Stirling Maserati

18 Comments

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BlightyMatt
comment|66524|265245

You could never get tired of punching that self entitled face...

Nov 19, 2015 11:32 Report Abuse

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sharifmy
comment|66432|259313

Deport the selfish arrogant "thing" sell the car put the money into some charity, and never let the C--- back into UK.

Nov 16, 2015 11:26 Report Abuse

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RachelDiD
comment|66431|252220

And yet, Mainlanders are genuinely confused when the rest of the world has no respect for them.

Nov 16, 2015 10:29 Report Abuse

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wagon
comment|66423|245435

Wtf Scotland? He was stopped in May and had a court case in Sept? Why so long to the court case?

Nov 15, 2015 12:37 Report Abuse

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bill8899
comment|66416|81937

Seems like the kind of guy who will drive despite his license suspension. Danger for all.

Nov 15, 2015 11:52 Report Abuse

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royceH
comment|66414|27883

He didn't grow up wanting to be an arsehole. He achieved arseholery courtesy of his upbringing. He grew up in China. Duh...

Nov 15, 2015 00:34 Report Abuse

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kasuka91
comment|66410|277817

"Scotland’s Maserati", I'm not usually the one to nitpick over typos, but you need to correct that error quickly. It's genuinely misleading, had me confused for a second.

Nov 14, 2015 13:44 Report Abuse

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Karajorma
comment|66469|86810

I'm fairly sure that the sentence isn't actually ungrammatical, just really badly constructed. I agree that it definitely is confusing and should be rewritten but "A student’s Maserati" sounds fine, as does "A wealthy student’s Maserati" With each additional qualifier the sentence gets harder to understand, but as far as I know nothing actually makes the sentence wrong. If my grammar-fu isn't strong enough though, I'd be happy to hear why.

Nov 17, 2015 17:18 Report Abuse

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miguel82
comment|66405|79824

Who cares? is this news? this happen in any of our cities, people getting DUIs.. who cares he was chinese, black, white, latin, rich or poor.. damn, getting dull around here.. and then all this statements of what happened with no references they come from, easy to write a story like that or translate it?

Nov 14, 2015 09:17 Report Abuse

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WooMow
comment|66434|1594767

I actually like the stories about dumb tuhaos getting their just desserts. It's really short and kind of funny, and this is in the "weird" news section, obviously not meant to be taken seriously.

Nov 16, 2015 13:48 Report Abuse

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miguel82
comment|66436|79824

right :)

Nov 16, 2015 17:38 Report Abuse

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Guest388182
comment|66395|43131

The student, Li Chennao, 22, showed no remorse for his actions, because he's a perfectly manicured psychopath

Nov 14, 2015 08:06 Report Abuse

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nzteacher80
comment|66392|270608

He was studying in Scotland's Maserati? Scotland has only one Maserati and it lets Chinese students study inside it?

Nov 14, 2015 01:23 Report Abuse

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coineineagh
comment|66391|112751

Scotland won't take no shit from pigheaded tuhao, yeah! Address your grievances to London and thanks for the Maserati, asshat.

Nov 13, 2015 23:31 Report Abuse

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puffudder
comment|66390|24621

Arrogant, spoiled fucker. He could do with some humbling time in a cell. In Africa.

Nov 13, 2015 21:45 Report Abuse

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dongbeiren
comment|66389|303147

He's been told his whole life that he's a handsome, smart wonderful little prince so why would this change his mind?

Nov 13, 2015 20:47 Report Abuse

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Englteachted
comment|66388|263127

Other countries need to tighten up their deportation laws. Stop kissing China's ass.

Nov 13, 2015 20:00 Report Abuse

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Lord_hanson
comment|66384|279026

They should have sent him down. I bet he wouldn't be smirking when he had to share a cell with a hulking shaved gorilla from Glasgow.

Nov 13, 2015 19:01 Report Abuse