Murcia’s own Mario Kart

Murcia's own Mario Kart
CREDIT: Policia Local Murcia

Murcia’s own Mario Kart.

Go-karts were stolen from a karting centre in a shopping centre in Murcia city to race around the streets before being abandoned.

Local Police in Murcia recovered the four go-karts close to the Nueva Condomina shopping centre from where they had been taken.


Witnesses reported seeing young people driving dangerously in the streets around the centre.

When the police arrived at the scene at almost 1am on Thursday, October 22, the ‘racers’ had fled and two of the karts had been abandoned in the centre car park.

The other two go-karts were later found on an industrial estate closeby after further reports of reckless driving from residents.

As yet, police have not identified any suspects.


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