The action is part of a continued campaign by police to rid the beach of off-road bikes used illegally on the beach.
Not only are they a danger to beach users they have also been used at Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve threatening the wildlife.
Coast Insp Colin Haigh tweeted yesterday: "E-scooters are often used by irresponsible/drunk/disqualified riders.
"Skegness Police recently seized an E-scooter from someone who failed to stop and tried to evade officers.
"When located he was disqualified. Regardless of personal feelings, they are illegal for public use."