Why, you ask? Well, it seems unnamed Chinese businessman was so frustrated his expensive sports car still didn’t work after a service, he decided this was the best way to deal with the problem.
The owner bought Lamborghini Gallardo L140 last October (said to be worth $800.000 in China), but just a few weeks later he had to send it back to the dealer because of engine malfunction.
Lamborghini workers failed to fix the fault and somehow managed to damage the bumper and chassis in the process.
After arguing with the dealership and senior Lamborghini representatives, the owner decided the only way to protect his rights was to have the car smashed up – on World Consumer Rights Day, reports Daily Mail.