Video Credit: AsiaWire
This footage shows a man in a suit desperately trying to scrub large red words off his car after his jilted ex-girlfriend allegedly vandalised his SUV.
Mr Tao, who owns a beverage distribution business in Taizhou’s Huangyan District, which is in East China’s Zhejiang Province, discovered his heavily spray-painted car on the morning of 23rd November.
Words reading “the man I love the most has left me”, “I’m leaving” and “7 years. I’m leaving” cover the entire vehicle from front to back.
The phrase “disappointment” also appears on his Hyundai’s windows.
Mr Tao said he found his car surrounded by a crowd of onlookers outside his shop on Laodong South Road.
Video shows the boss wearing a suit holding an umbrella while desperately trying to scrub off the damning words.
But he only manages to make the words fade slightly, and the hapless shop owner is seen staring at his car while holding a paint-soaked cloth.
Mr Tao told local media: “My ex-girlfriend did it.”
However, he refused to divulge further details about their breakup.
According to reports, it will not cost much for Mr Tao’s Hyundai to be pressure-washed.
But the embarrassed car owner did not say whether he planned to press charges against his ex for leaving him red-faced.
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