Millionaire’s Son Wash The Wheels Of His £200k Lamborghini With Champagne (Photos)
Footage shows Victor Micula washing the wheels of his car with champagne
He poured Moet Chandon and Cristal over his Lamborghini Urus SUV
He told his TikTok followers he was experimenting to see which champagne is best at cleaning the rims of his £200,000 car
This is the moment a millionaire’s son filmed himself washing the wheels of his Lamborghini with champagne.
The footage, posted on TikTok, shows Victor Micula, 25, popping the cork of a bottle of Moet Chandon and pouring it over a car wheel.
He later pours a bottle of Cristal champagne over the wheels of his Lamborghini Urus SUV.
Victor, the son of a £160million tycoon, told his online followers he was experimenting with expensive champagnes to see which one is better to use when cleaning the rims of his £200,000 car.
In the end, Victor, who used to arrive at school by helicopter so he could sleep in longer in the mornings, takes a face mask out of his pocket and wipes the wheel of his car.
The song ‘all the way up’ by American rappers Fat Joe and Remy Ma was the soundtrack for the video.
He said: ‘I was curious, which of the two champagnes washes the Lamborghini’s wheels better. Let’s see which one washes better. Also, the face mask should not be forgotten as it is useful for something.’
Victor seems untroubled by the fact that together with four policemen from Oradea he is being prosecuted after dressing up in uniform so he could join them on a search.
Moreover, the police allegedly gave him access to the police databases, although it is not revealed why he wanted the access or what he did with the information.
Victor, from Romania, has been living in Switzerland for the last six months where he alternates between clubbing and fitness sessions in Zurich. His family live in the city of Oradea, located in western Romania’s Bihor county.
He stands to inherit a fortune from his father Viorel Micula, who along with his twin brother businesses in the food industry, real estate, media and tourism.
Victor’s antics are often reported on in the Romanian media – and often involve his driving. He once drove a Ferrari down a pedestrian street to go shopping at a jewellery store with his then-girlfriend and was banned from a school exam after he was caught cheating.
When he said he wanted to go to a monastery to pray to escape the stress of his exams, he angered other people meditating by turning up in a helicopter.
And in 2016 he purchased a six-seat private jet worth more than 6 million GBP with his father’s money.