Transcript for Beverly Hills Man Claims Diplomatic Immunity in Speeding Case
Now to anger in the streets of Beverly hills where drivers are racing around in high-end sports cars. Remember we showed you this yesterday. An investigation is now under way into whether the driver's claims of diplomatic immunity if it really protects them. ABC's kayna Whitworth has the story. Reporter: This morning, the state department investigating whether the driver's drag racing these exotic sports cars through an upscale neighborhood in Beverly hills are really untouchable by the law. This ferrari and Porsche zooming past frightened neighbors ignoring stop signs. If I got hit I could have easily just -- I could have died. Reporter: Look at these skid marks from the ferrari. You can clearly see it took at least 30 feet for it to even slow down. Some residences in the area so nervous they say they plan on avoiding this street altogether. Oh. Reporter: But Beverly hills police say they were approached by a man who denies speeding but admits the cars are his. The ferrari with registered plates from Qatar and claiming diplomatic immunity. Get out. This is my property. Reporter: At the home where the cars were parked this unidentified man lashed out a freelance reporter. None of your business. Reporter: In 35 years of living here have you ever felt more uncomfortable? No, no. He's racing up and down the street. That's illegal. If we were doing it we would be taken away. Reporter: For "Good morning America," kayna Whitworth, ABC news, Beverly hills.
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