The owner of a 2008 BMW M6 chose to protest against BMW service by… destroying his own car.

The owner of a 2008 BMW M6 chose to protest against BMW service by… destroying his own car.

Let's take a trip down to memory lane and remember the year 2011 when the Chinese owner of a Lamborghini Gallardo decided to destroy his car on World Consumer Rights Day after an engine failure on his Italian supercar which the Lamborghini service failed to fix. Earlier this year, it happened again when a Maserati Quattroporte was intentionally wrecked in China after the owner found out the service crew installed used parts.

Déjà vu as the owner of a 2008 BMW M6 did the exact same thing with his high-performance coupe which he bought as new for 120,000 EUR. The car was serviced at BMW Munich and BMW Italy for a total of ten times but without success, even though BMW's repairmen said the car was fixed.

As a form of protest, the owner decided to deliberately destroy his car, proving he’s not the brightest bulb in the tanning bed. He did it outside 2013 IAA in Frankfurt last Saturday to make sure a lot of people would notice his grievance.

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