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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West 'bored in traffic'

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were "looking kind of bored" while caught in dense Paris traffic on Sunday.

The couple are staying together at the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris, France.

The rapper, who is in the city for his Watch the Throne encore concert, went to a luxury car dealership and exited the establishment in white convertible Lamborghini.

Kanye and Kim went for a cruise en route to the Eiffel Tower and got caught in traffic for an hour in a three-mile trip.

Onlookers were astonished to see the couple in gridlock.

"It was actually kind of funny," an observer recalled to People magazine. "I mean, how often do you see anyone behind the wheel of a Lamborghini looking kind of bored?"

Riding with the top down, it was hard to miss the couple.

"Basically, the car is like a jet airplane, but they didn't plan on Paris traffic on a Sunday afternoon," another witness shared.

Fans also caught in traffic were not shy about expressing themselves.

"There were a lot of people sitting in cars alongside them during their drive," an onlooker explained. "Every so often, they'd be in traffic and someone in a car next to them would recognise [West] and go, 'Oh, whoa! Kanye! So Cool!' "

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