Gaddafi soccer son SUV towed after 4 yrs in Ligurian resort

06 July, 12:53

(ANSAmed) - Genoa, July 6 - A sports utility vehicle belonging to the former soccer-playing son of late Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi has been impounded by Italian tax police after being parked outside a luxury hotel in the Ligurian resort of Rapallo for the last four years.

The Guardia di Finanza tax police taped up Al-Saadi Gheddafi's SUV outside Rapallo's Hotel Excelsior.

According to local media, it had been parked there since Al-Saadi's brief spell at Genoa club Sampdoria in 2006-2007.

Previously the soccer-mad Gaddafi played sporadically for Perugia before having a very short experience at Udinese. Sources said the tax police seized the car as part of efforts stemming from a request by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, which is collecting former Gaddafi assets in order to compensate victims of his 32-year regime.

In 2011 al-Saadi was the commander of Libya's Special Forces in the Libyan civil war and is wanted by Interpol. (ANSAmed).


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