Smashing Up A Lamborghini

An owner of a Lamborghini sports car has hired a group of workers to smash up his car because he was unhappy over Lamborghini’s maintenance services. Mr Han, who owns the car worth over £100,000, paid a group of men to use sledge hammers on the motor, smashing the windscreen and ripping off one of the doors in Qingdao City, Shandong Province, China on 15th March 2011. Mr Han had taken the sports car to a Lamborghini dealer in November 2010 when the engine failed. He then noticed

An owner of a Lamborghini sports car has hired a group of workers to smash up his car because he was unhappy over Lamborghini's maintenance services. Mr Han, who owns the car worth over £100,000, paid a group of men to use sledge hammers on the motor, smashing the windscreen and ripping off one of the doors in Qingdao City, Shandong Province, China on 15th March 2011. Mr Han had taken the sports car to a Lamborghini dealer in November 2010 when the engine failed. He then noticed

An owner of a Lamborghini sports car has hired a group of workers to smash up his car because he was unhappy over Lamborghini's maintenance services. Mr Han, who owns the car worth over £100,000, paid a group of men to use sledge hammers on the motor, smashing the windscreen and ripping off one of the doors in Qingdao City, Shandong Province, China on 15th March 2011. Mr Han had taken the sports car to a Lamborghini dealer in November 2010 when the engine failed. He then noticed

An owner of a Lamborghini sports car has hired a group of workers to smash up his car because he was unhappy over Lamborghini's maintenance services. Mr Han, who owns the car worth over £100,000, paid a group of men to use sledge hammers on the motor, smashing the windscreen and ripping off one of the doors in Qingdao City, Shandong Province, China on 15th March 2011. Mr Han had taken the sports car to a Lamborghini dealer in November 2010 when the engine failed. He then noticed

An owner of a Lamborghini sports car has hired a group of workers to smash up his car because he was unhappy over Lamborghini's maintenance services. Mr Han, who owns the car worth over £100,000, paid a group of men to use sledge hammers on the motor, smashing the windscreen and ripping off one of the doors in Qingdao City, Shandong Province, China on 15th March 2011. Mr Han had taken the sports car to a Lamborghini dealer in November 2010 when the engine failed. He then noticed