VIDEO: Disgruntled Lamborghini Owner Hires People to Destroy his Gallardo!

If you haven’t heard, March 15 is World Consumer Rights Day. So what a better way to celebrate the day if not by expressing discontent with poor customer service? At least that’s what a Lamborghini Gallardo owner from China chose to do, with his shocking protest having every chance to cause reactions as far away as Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy.

We all have our unfortunate experiences as consumers, but I think none of us would have the heart to do what this man did. After his Lamborghini Gallardo failed to function following a service at an official Lamborghini workshop, he decided to protest in public.

And what was his idea of a protest, we hear you ask? Brace yourselves – he hired people to destroy the sports car with hammers right in front of a large audience in the city of Qingdao, China, in an attempt to provoke public support and to determine the manufacturer to respect his consumer rights!

Don’t watch the following video if you are an exotic car fan or if you are a Lamborghini employee. It really hurts…

By Dan Mihalascu

Sources: MSNBC via Jalopnik


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