Farah Hashi, from Newport in South Wales, is stranded in the United Arab Emirates city because he can not afford to pay and does not have access to his passport, his family have told MailOnline.
The 25-year old British tourist rented the Dhs1.3 million supercar on Tuesday July 30 from Rent A auto.
That's because previous track record shows them they will end up paying the fines if they collect the vehicle, because the law holds the leasing company accountable, instead of the driver who committed the crime in the first place.
Unsurprisingly, the tourist doesn't want to pay the fines and remains in possession of the Lamborghini while the rental dealership still has his passport. We have tried talking with Mr Hashi but he has not responded.
The tourist triggered every single speed camera on the 347-mile Sheikh Zayed Road - the longest road in the United Arab Emirates. Police can impound the auto if we cannot pay the amount of fines.
The driver, who is visiting Dubai, listed the Palm Jumeirah hotel as his listed address. I don't know how they can legally withhold his passport. I will not try to take the auto back because then who pays the money for the impoundment? Twelve of the fines were imposed for exceeding 124mph and were seconds apart.
Iqbal said the Lamborghini's on board computer alerted him to the excessive speed and he sent a text message to Hashi warning him about the cameras. Iqbal's concerns are valid, as tourists are allowed to leave UAE even after having traffic fines worth thousands of dirhams, as the charges are set in the name of the owner. The dealer requested a travel ban on the tourist but it was rejected.
By beginning legal action Hashi will not be allowed to leave even if the passport is returned and the sports vehicle retrieved from outside the hotel.