Some people seriously do need to take up stress management. We have heard of road bullies but this Korean man certainly added a new meaning to road rage. The target or the victim of his road rage was nothing else but a lifeless Mercedes Benz.
Image above: The Benz receiving serious hard swings from this angry customer
Bystanders were dumbfounded as they watched the man do his golf rounds on the car and breaking the car doors, window, windscreen, roof and lights. The man was furious with the customer service from the dealership which sold him the car valued at £150,000.
The man had repeatedly tried to get his faulty vehicle fixed and even replaced but failing to get this from the dealership. Eventually, all hell broke loose when the man decided to park his car in front of the dealership to display his anger and frustration and consequently destroy the car.
Video above: The man in black turned red as he continued to damage his car
Korean media reported that the dealership initially filed a police complaint against this angry customer for obstruction of pathway to the storefront but later dropped the charges. It is reported that negotiation is in place with the car owner. Meanwhile, the Korean government has been reported as looking at a new law to enforce to ensure carmakers doe exchange or give refunds for defective cars that possess road safety risks.The Korean government is reportedly looking at a new law to force carmakers to exchange or give refunds for defective cars that pose safety risks.
Seriously, this man made serious damages to his car. The next time he should consider thrashing the trash bins instead of thrashing his car. At least, the trash bins do not have expensive spare parts. You just replace it with another inexpensive trash collection bin. The money wasted here could be used to feed the poor in the third world countries. At least he would be hailed as a hero. And should he decide to go to any outlets there, I bet he will be getting a Royal Treatment due to his philanthropic nature. Sigh….. Some people just don’t get it.