Naked woman sparks outrage after twerking on a Ferrari in Ibiza

Naked woman sparks outrage after being filmed twerking on a Ferrari in Ibiza while the driver smokes a cigar – as authorities vow to track them down and fine them

  •  An unidentified man and woman took to the streets to show off more than a car
  •  Captured near the Marina Ibiza the naked woman shakes her hips to the music
  •  The pair are being sought by police in Ibiza and could face a fine of around £500
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A young woman and a driver have caused outrage in Ibiza after the pair were caught driving in a Ferrari to Ibiza’s Marina with the woman completely naked.  

The pair have not yet been identified but the video clearly shows the faces of the two as the young woman moves her body to the beat of the music. 

The incident was filmed at the Marina Ibiza on the island of the same name located in the eastern Spanish region of the Balearic Islands and was later widely shared on social media.

A second perspective shows the woman draping herself across the windscreen as the car begins to enter the marina. 

A city council spokesperson said that the authorities hope to track down the culprits soon, as ‘there are not many cars like this in Ibiza’.

Footage shows a young man holding a fat cigar as he drives the red Ferrari through the streets of Ibiza with a naked young woman on top.

Cool behind the wheel: The driver keeps his eyes on the road while his uncovered company rests on the back of the car

As she kicks her legs up in the air and shakes her hips to the blaring music, stunned onlookers film the bizarre scenes.

Local media said that the couple could be fined up to £458 with six points on the driver’s licence for reckless driving.

A city council spokeswoman said that the port authorities ‘are in charge of managing the traffic inside the marina’ and that the police are in contact with them about the incident.

The Ibiza authorities hope to track down the Ferrari driver soon as ‘there are not many cars like this in Ibiza’.

Once they are identified, the police will determine which rules were violated and the punishment they should face.

The investigation continues. 

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