There are good ways of protesting something you don’t like, and there are bad ways of protesting something you don’t like. Then there’s smashing your Lamborghini Gallardo to pieces because you felt slighted by the local dealership.
Reportedly, someone in China was so pissed off that his Gallardo didn’t work after being serviced by his Lamborghini dealership, he hired
the cast of Blue Man Group Beijing a group of identically-dressed men with sledgehammers to publicly destroy his sports car. The violent act was performed on World Consumer Rights Day; the owner supposedly had the car smashed in order to draw attention to the fact that he felt Lamborghini wasn’t respecting his rights as a consumer. (Meanwhile, approximately 500,000 Chinese citizens imprisoned without charge or trial also feel their rights aren’t being respected, but apparently lack any exotic sports cars they can use to draw attention to their cause.)
Hey, Mister Richie Rich Chinese Fellow—word of advice. If you have the means to own a Lamborghini in a country where the average citizen makes around $6,000 a year, hiring people to destroy your car to prove a point probably won’t win you much respect. In fact, it just makes you look like a money-wasting douchebag. Which you probably are. Don’t take out your problems on a perfectly good Lamborghini.