We all love to slam these rich second-gen tuhao kids for flaunting wealth that they did not even earn in the first place – but could this man in Shaoxing city be a glittering exception? Last night, he was spotted getting out of a Porsche with a girl, and proceeded to set up a makeshift roadside stall hawking scarves in a bid to earn some money to pay for petrol and other expenses, NetEase News reported.
However, a chengguan spotted them setting up the makeshift scarf stall and told him that it was illegal to sell any goods along the road, Shengli Dong Road in Shaoxing city, Zhejiang province. The man ignored his orders and both parties had a conflict, which attracted gawking passersby.
The young man told reporters that his parents paid for the snazzy Porsche but he didn’t think that it is right to ask for gas money.
“I sell scarves here just to earn money to buy gas for my car,” he said.
The girl chimed in that their main priority is to gain experience in entrepreneurship and business, while earning money comes later. The two then drove away to another location to hawk their scarves.
By Lucy Liu
[Pictures via NetEase]