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Lamborghini Gallardo hammered to death in protest: video

Posted: 18 Mar 2011 11:57 AM PDT

A Lamborghini Gallardo owner was so angry with the poor quality of his supercar and awful customer service that he hired a group of men to hammer the Lamborghini to death in public.

The destructive event took place in China, where a Lamborghini Gallardo reportedly costs £465,000 compared to £160,000 for the same car in the UK.

The Lamborghini Gallardo owner was furious with the company after his Italian supercar suffered with a number of problems.

The final straw came after the owner, a businessman from China's eastern Shandong province, reported an engine malfunction with the car. He took it to a Lamborghini dealership for repair and when the vehicle was returned the engine was still not fixed and the owner claimed that the chassis and the bodywork had been damaged.

After a tiresome campaign of complaining, and having written personally to Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann, the owner decided to protest by hiring nine workers to destroy the Gallardo in public.

Watch the video below which shows the Lamborghini Gallardo hammered to death in protest.

Surprisingly the Lambo holds up well to the beating at first, either that or the workers were reluctant to hit the car with full force. But then again if somebody gave me a sledge hammer and told me to hit such a beautiful car I would be a little hesitant too, wouldn't you be?

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