From allowing his 9-year-old son to ride a Ferrari car on his birthday to the latest cocaine case involving film actors and models, Kerala-based businessman Muhammad Nizam - the owner of Kings group - has always been managed to remain in the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
On Saturday, 31 January, Malayalam film actor Shine Tom Chacko and four models were arrested for possessing cocaine worth ₹10 lakh from Nizam's flat in Kadavanthra, Kochi.
Just a few days ago, the 32-year-old business tycoon was arrested for running his Hummer over 52-year-old security guard as the latter took time to open the gates of a residential township, Sobha City in Thrissur.
A few media reports suggest that Nizam also dragged the security guard inside the car, drove him to the parking lot and then hit him with a wooden object on the head when the latter tried to escape. The guard has reportedly suffered multiple fractures in ribs and forearm.
Following this, Nizam - who already has 10 cases registered against him - was arrested under Section 307 of IPC for an attempt to murder.
Earlier also, he was arrested for attacking the owner of an engineering college and for allegedly locking a woman constable inside one of his luxury cars.
Before this, Nizam - who owns many posh cars - was arrested for allowing his 9-year-old and 5-year-old sons to drive a Ferrari F430 Scuderia in Thrissur.
A case was registered under the Motor Vehicles Act and Section 23 of the Juvenile Justice Act after the proud parents uploaded the video of their kids driving the posh car. The video went viral on social media.
Watch the video below:
Watch the below video to see them driving a Range Rover