A videograb of the Lamborghini that exploded.
Gulf Today Report
A video of a Chinese young man sparked controversy after he used the exhaust of his luxury Lamborghini sports car to grill a piece of meat on an iron skewer, causing damages amounting to $80,000.
The video sparked a storm of disapproval as users considered it a waste of wealth that many young people dream of, and a behaviour that reflects the indifference of the wealth.
The incident took place in the Chinese province of Hunan, where the luxury car owner and his friend decided that it would be fun to grill a small piece of meat on a skewer using the exhaust of a Lamborghini.
In the five-minute video, the wealthy young man is cooking a skewer of meat, using a very hot Lamborghini exhaust, by pressing the gas pedal of the vehicle while it is in a standing state, according to the Chinese "Soho" website.
The young man's repeated attempts caused the engine coolant tank to explode, due to its high temperature, caused by pressing the accelerator pedal without moving.
And the grilled meat skewer using a vehicle exhaust has become the most expensive in the world, as the cost of repairing a Lamborghini is $80,000.
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