The recently unveiled Tesla Cybertruck is increasingly attracting attention by the day. Just a week after it was launch, the all-electric pickup truck from Tesla has received a quarter-million units reservations. But a new report claims that aside from the reservations, a high-profile Norwegian personality also wants to get his hands on Musk revolutionary truck.

Several sites spotted the latest Facebook post of the Norwegian Justice Minister, who revealed that he has personally placed his order for the Tesla Cybertruck. Norwegian Justice Minister Jøran Kallmyr shared a screenshot of his Tesla Cybertruck reservation on the social networking site platform. For the justice official, it is much easier to ask forgiveness for his purchase than to ask permission.

Based on the posted image, the Justice Minister placed an order on the mid-range model of the Tesla Cybertruck with a dual-motor AWD variant. It has a range of more than 300 miles and a 0 to 60 mph in less than 4.5 seconds. In a statement with Nettavisen, the Justice Minister shared that he has some reservations at the Tesla Cybertruck at first glance.

The Tesla Cybertruck was terribly ugly, but it got cooler and cooler gradually, the Justice Minister stated. His appreciation of the all-electric pickup increased when he saw the demo video of the tug-of-war challenge between the Ford F-150 and Tesla Cybertruck. I have to have it (Tesla Cybertruck) because it is a real boy’s car for a man approaching mid-life crisis, the Justice Minister quipped.

Recently, the Dubai police force also posted a tweet on the social networking site Twitter that it also wants to add the Tesla Cybertruck to its flashy list of police cars. The Tesla Cybertruck will be used as police cars and will be stationed in areas where tourists frequent, revealed Dubai Police Major General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri to Arabian Business. The Dubai police force is the only one in the world with luxury vehicles on its motor pool. It also plans to purchase Mercedes AMG GT63S to add to its already fabulous police car vehicles.