We’re generally considered to be legal adults once we reached the age of 18 but for this Chinese man in the Jiangxi city of Shangrao, he’s way over legal age but still acting like a spoiled child. The 22-year-old man identified as Ji Moubing visited a BMW dealership store there and in a tantrum, he decided to deface a brand-new BMW by keying it.
The incident happened on November 25th in the afternoon at the showroom, Pear Video reported. A police report was made and when they rushed over, they were surprised to see that Ji was calmly standing there as if he had not done anything wrong as he said he was planning to buy the car.
It was the salesman who had made the police report as he was the one showing the dark blue sedan to Ji. He seemed to like the car a lot and was very interested in buying it. He told the salesman that his father had promised to purchase a nice ride for him as a reward for getting his license, and he would call his father to discuss.
It is unclear what happened during the call but after that, Ji got into a fit of anger and took the car keys. He walked over to the BMW and proceeded to make a long scratch on the rear door of the dark blue car, which made the salesman panic. Wah, so spoilt!
The salesman immediately called the police and surveillance footage shows Ji clearly flying into a rage after the phone call and scratching the car. When asked, Ji said that he wanted to buy the car but his father did not agree to pay for it. In order to force his father to buy the car, Ji said that he purposely keyed the car.
However, for all his scheming, Ji seems to have forgotten an important factor as he was arrested by the police afterwards. The police are currently investigating the case and it is unclear whether the father had to pay for the car or not.
Watch the video here:
Source: Pear Video
Perhaps if he really liked the car so much, he should have worked hard and saved money to buy it himself!