Angry Woman Destroys Audi Q3 With A Brick Because It’s Too… Small

We’ve seen disgruntled owners destroy their cars in public to protest bad servicing and poor reliability, but this is actually the first time we’ve seen a car (allegedly) get vandalized because of its size.

Bystanders on a street from Zhengzhou, central China, were shocked to see a young woman repeatedly throw a brick at a parked Audi Q3. The woman broke the car’s windows and smashed the brick against the bodywork multiple times.

According to the video’s description, she was angry with her husband because the brand new car he gave her was apparently too small for family use.

We don’t know whether that’s really the case or the woman simply wanted to get revenge on her husband, but the reality is she managed to destroy the car pretty badly.

Here’s another reminder that there’s nothing as damaging to a car than an angry girlfriend/wife.


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