When a video of a $3 million Bugatti Chiron (Rs. 20,99,90,700) with a stiletto heel stuck to its cracked windshield and “cheater” spray-painted on it went viral on social media, it left many shocked.
The 14-second viral clip, which featured an orange and black Chiron, was circulated online with a backstory of an angry girlfriend or wife destroying the car after finding out about her cheating partner. However, soon many wondered if at all the video was real.
— Earl Karanja (@Earlsimxx) March 7, 2019
The Bugatti Chiron, as described by the official website of the car company, is the “fastest” and the “most powerful, exclusive production super sports car in Bugatti’s history” with a starting price of $3 million. Which is why breaking the windshield of this vehicle with the stiletto heel raised questions. While many expressed shock over the video, others were quick to point out that the video was tempered.
The rendering these days is getting very good
— NISSAN 300ZX Turbo (shryr0603) (@ZakRs0603) March 7, 2019
Where can i buy that heels? https://t.co/YbptCFG9zM
— Jimboss (@jimbopsd) March 8, 2019
I hate it when people park across two spaces – but even I’d agree that that’s a bit harsh😂😂😂
— Chris Hak (@c911hak) March 8, 2019
Probably fake but if real if you have money for a Bugatti you have the money to fix a few debts a smashed window and a new paint job looking at around 20g if not less than that
— 🤠 yee haw juice 🤠 (@Woo0dsy) March 8, 2019
Somebody needs a garage.
— Wink.Marvel (@WinkMarvel) March 7, 2019
That windscreen and shoe looks fake though
— ukhanki (@TboozeSA) March 7, 2019
Women.. Do this to my Chiron and perish from where you stand!! https://t.co/p1sE0gMGX0
— Aobakwe Bruce (@MasterBruce_A) March 7, 2019
She could’ve at least spelt cheat right 😒 https://t.co/vAnbKFIE8T
— Ndirhabule ungand’finci (@boyce_R) March 7, 2019
I’m just mad she didn’t get different colour paint for the “R” https://t.co/nz4ujjkzzj
— WIZRD (@xolisa_vw) March 7, 2019
Think there’s a lesson in there? 😂😂😂 Don’t piss off a women! https://t.co/DGxwvKYUpv
— mark johnson (@mark_johnson986) March 7, 2019