Snot Nosed Teenager Dumps Birthday BMW in River Because It’s Not a Jaguar

Posted 2/24/20

As specialized car mechanics, we love our job. Every day, we’re repairing Porsches, Mercedes, BMWs, Jaguars. That’s what we do. European cars are not only our specialty. They’re our passion.

But can we be honest for a moment? We’d love it if someone would buy us a BMW: our parents, the boss, perhaps YOU, DEAR READER.

We’d promise not to throw it in a river because it isn’t a Jaguar.

Unlike this privileged little snot. Teenagers.

The Blast reports that a teenager named Akash, who lives in Yamunanagar, Haryana state in northern India, drove his BMW his parents bought him into a river because it wasn’t a Jaguar.

Apparently the BMW was too small for his friends to stretch their legs.

Crocodile tears.

Gone Fishing

“The youth was arrogant and kept insisting that he be given a Jaguar as a BMW is a little small for him and his friends inside,” local police stated.

Police pulled the car out of the river with a crane. We assume the BMW was too waterlogged and beyond repair for Kars4Kids.

“We would do a preliminary investigation but this seems to be a personal matter. We will proceed according to the law,” police said.

Personal indeed. If that were our kid, we’d put that BMW where the sun doesn’t shine.

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Believe it or not, but his parents feel bad — for the kid. They could only afford a brand new BMW. Seriously. Kids these days.

“I wanted to give my son a birthday present,” the father said. “We could only afford to give him a BMW, while he kept on insisting that he be given a Jaguar. He said the vehicle was too small but we thought he will be okay. We never imagined he would do anything like this.”

Well, we can only imagine what we’d do if somebody bought us a BMW for our birthday. Capsizing it doesn’t come to mind.

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