A man in China with a sledge hammer and a few hundred thousand to burn recently smashed his Maserati Quattroporte to protest the car dealership’s poor customer service. Yeah, that’ll show ‘em.
The man, who was only identified as Wang (no joke here, that’s his surname), accused the dealership of using inferior parts, scratching up his car, and being charged for repairs they didn’t make. Sounds like car dealerships are the same where ever you go.
Fed up, Wang and his paid group of merry mashers showed up at a car show being held in the eastern city of Qingdao to beat the car to a $430,000 pulp. Then, in case enough people didn’t see it, he went and posted the pictures online to show off his pricey little temper tantrum. Its unknown at the moment if he also paid for the ‘likes’ his pictures received as well.
I would have written a sternly worded letter to the Better Business Bureau, or left a snarky comment on their Facebook page. But I’m poor and that mashed up Maserati is still worth more than my beat up Mitsubishi Galant.