Kerala: Gold Rolls-Royce Cab Spotted, Netizens Shocked To See 'rarest Of The Rare Things'

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Kerala business tycoon in Kerala named Boby Chemmanur was going to use the luxury car as a taxi service at a resort for pick and drop service of the people.

Written By Zaini Majeed | Mumbai | Updated On:

A photo of a gold older-generation Roll-Royce Phantom with a taxi sticker on it and a yellow number plate carried on top of a truck has astonished the internet. Shared by a Twitter user named Sirish Chandran with a caption, 'this is real', the photo has been shot in the state of Kerala.

According to a user Gautham Govind, a business tycoon in Kerala named Boby Chemmanur was going to use the luxury car as a taxi service at a resort. The car was going to be used for pick and drop of the people that would stay in the Oxygen Resorts which was owned by Boby. One could stay in the resort for Rs 25,000 for 2 days and avail the luxury of being driven in the Rolls Royce. Another user named Radhakrishnan Chonat also explained the social media audience about the purpose of the royal car on twitter that costs about 9.5 crores in India.

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Social media users were lost for words

The social media users flooded the picture outpouring adorable reactions at the luxury car photo. Some expressed shock, while others opinions asking who uses Rolls Royce for a taxi. Some were even lost for words at the beauty of the gold-plated beast. Check out some of the reactions from the Twitter thread.

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