We just saw how one Chinese mogul decided to display his wealth by paying $1.5 million for the world’s most expensive dog. Now we have a Chinese businessman, Han Nan, who wanted to show his frustration over the failure of Lamborghini to fix a problem with his Gallardo. His solution: hire workers to destroy the car with sledgehammers . . . to teach his mechanic a lesson. The price of the car is much higher given the need to ship to China.
Han is a businessman from the city of Qingdao in eastern China who bought the car for about $750,000.
Han has made his money in a wholesale lighting company.
Now if he had just given it to me, I could have promised an angry letter to his mechanic every day.
By the way, Lamborghini insists that the problem was fixed. I hope someone told Han before he brought in the guys with the sledgehammers.