A hilarious event has just happened in the city of Taichung, West Taiwan when an angry businessman crashed his Porsche Cayenne into an auto dealership on the assumption that he's mistreated by the dealership.
Chu drove in his Porsche into the glass front entrance breaking it into pieces
As seen from the footage recorded by the dealership's CCTV camera, a 42-year-old man surnamed Chu was caught driving in his Porsche into the glass front entrance breaking it into pieces, then continued to bump into the reception and leave the staff terrified.
Video: Moment furious businessman crashes Porsche into dealership
The reason why he did this might, as people rumor, be that he is crazy about Porsche. Earlier in January 2017, he ordered a brand new Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo with 4D Chassis Control as an extra.
The furious businessman made a shocking decision to crash his vehicle into the dealership’s entrance
The standard vehicle costs TWD 5.98m (N72.17m). However, the extra brings the cost up to TWD 7.46m (N90m). With his assistant’s help, Mr. Chu paid a deposit of TWD 2m (N24m).
The point is when the car arrived in the island, there’s no optional extra he had ordered. To answer his query, the dealership excused that might be caused by his assistant forgetting to include it in the contract.
Photos from the CCTV camera's footage
Dissatisfied with this answer, Chu refused to pay the balance and asked the dealership to return his deposit. In response, the dealership threatened that Chu would forfeit his deposit if he breaks the sales agreement.
Afterwards, the furious businessman made a shocking decision to crash his vehicle into the dealership’s entrance. Later in the footage, he’s arguing with the management staff.
It didn’t take long for Taichung police to come arrest him. They found inside his Porsche Cayenne petrol and a pickaxe though it is unsure that if he was going to use them in the incident.
Chu later announced that he regretted his previous actions and claimed it was an accident made while he was trying to avoid a collision with another car.
The police are still carrying out investigation though so far they have found out Chu's criminal history including fraud and burglary ten years ago.
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