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YouTuber burns down his Rs 2.4 crore Mercedes for a bizarre reason!

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 30 October 2020, 12:29 IST

A shocking video has surfaced on the Internet in which a man can be seen burning down his luxurious car. The video has stunned millions of viewers and is widely circulated online.

According to Motor1.com, Mikhail Litvin is a Russian blogger who set his luxury vehicle on fire in the middle of an empty field.

Know why the YouTuber did such brutality with his luxurious car?

Litvin’s Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S, worth Rs 2.4 crore reportedly broke down several times after he bought it from an official dealership. According to Motor1.com reports, the YouTubers sent it back to the Mercedes dealer five times, but every time the car didn’t repair.

The car reportedly spent more than 40 days in repair, and in one of the services, the turbine was changed with a new one being ordered from Germany, reports local website VC.ru.

Litvin got fed up with the car as the dealership also stopped answering his calls. Mikhail Litvin - who is also known as Misha - then decided to set the car on fire as a form of protest.

A video of his act also appeared on his YouTube channel four days ago. In the video, Litvin can be seen burning his car with a lighter.

In the video, the YouTuber was filmed dousing the luxury vehicle in gasoline before setting it on fire with a lighter.

"I thought for a long time what to do with my Shark after the conflict with Mercedes ... In my opinion, the idea is FIRE!" he wrote while sharing the video. "I am not happy," he added.

Meanwhile, the footage of the incident has been viewed over 11 million times on YouTube. Several fans of Litvin left in shock after seeing his dangerous and bizarre stunt.

One of the users wrote, “How could you?”

“American bloggers smash iPhones - Russian bloggers burn Mercedes,” another remarked.

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First published: 30 October 2020, 12:26 IST