As his computer disappeared in his hotel room, this hot-blooded Chinese man went to get his car for revenge by crashing into the glass door
We’ve all witnessed a scene where a customer is very angry with a facility because of a problem. Whether in a restaurant, in a hotel or in all types of businesses. The scene takes place in China and a certain Chen was totally freaked out when he came back to his hotel. And for good reason, his computer had disappeared! After an argument with the employees, he decided to use the large means to take revenge.
While we understand that he is upset, it is difficult to endorse his behavior, as he seemed totally out of his hinges. Luckily no one was injured, but the glass door and the hotelwith turnstile, and the entrance hall, have been seriously damaged.
On Tuesday, January 10, several videos were able to relay this moment of pure madness. Aboard his white convertible, this motorist was determined to do justice to himself. He therefore smashed the entrance to the Central Hotel in Shanghai before retreating and starting again forwards in the gall. Customers, totally shocked, then shouted: “ But he has gone mad! Do you know what you just did?« .
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Other passers-by and customers then tried to get the driver out of his vehicle. 28 years old, he completely unpinned when he noticed that his computer had been stolen from the hotel. The hotel staff later claimed to have found the stolen computer outside the hotel.
On social networks, where the video was posted, Internet users are in shock: “ He deserves to go to jail! »
Here is the moment of the impact of the car against the glass door, in videoto give you an idea of the shock:
On Jan 10 a car crashed into the lobby of Jinling Purple Mountain Hotel Shanghai (上海金陵紫金山大酒店) in Lujiazui, Pudong after the driver, a guest at the hotel, had a spat with hotel staff over his notebook computer which purportedly went missing in his room. pic.twitter.com/ExOaAPTtJK
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