A luxurious car, Maserati, which sells for around $100.000, with Haitian consulate plate CHZ0132 has been spotted in a parking lot next to the Dominican Republic's Consulate in Miami.

Picture of the back of the car, showing the Haitian Consulate plate was first shared on twitter by @AKurmanaev. The caption reads: 

"The Miami Consul of Dominican Republic, where nearly 1 in 10 live on $2/day, drives Maserati. Tourism must be booming."

This latest discovery comes at the time when the Martelly administration has find itself embroiled in numerous corruption scandals, with the latest being a Haitian court findings of major discrepancies on the Petro Caribe funds, on construction contracts given to Dominican company and; the abused of emergency funds.

Stéphane Gilles is the Haitian consul to Miami.




Note: This article is an update to reflect the correct name of the Haitian General Consul in Miami. Guy François is no longer the Haitian Consul in Miami.