Remember being 14 years old and carefree, skipping school and falling in love with strangers you’d met on the internet? And you loved them so much you just wanted to buy them a brand new luxury car? And then when you tried to buy them a luxury car with your life’s savings, the salesman at the car dealership wouldn’t let you because he’s just some grown-up and how could he ever possibly understand? No?
Well it happened on Sunday to a 14 year old girl in Zhengzhou, Henan province, who tried purchasing an Audi A4 for her boyfriend whom she’d met online three months before, according to Shanghai Daily.
The girl, Wang Fang, reportedly went to an Audi dealership in Zhengzhou and tried using her life’s savings of 380,000 yuan ($61,976) to buy the car for her boyfriend, who told her that he would break up with her if she didn’t.
The car salesman, Tian Pan, refused to sell the car to the girl and called the police, as he feared that she would be cheated by her boyfriend. The dealership also warned all other car dealerships in the Zhengzhou area not to sell a car to the girl, because she’s just a teenager in love and the world is out to get her!
Wang was previously living in a residential school but ran off, police told reporters. Her parents, who hadn’t seen her in four years, transferred 30,000-40,000 yuan to Wang’s bank account every year.
[Image credit: Kevin Wang]