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One unsatisfied owner: poor service leads Lamborghini driver on destructive path

Have you ever had a bad customer experience? Well, you are not alone...

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Workers hold hammers as they prepare to destroy a Lamborghini Gallardo L140 luxury sports car to mark World Consumer Rights Day in Qingdao city, eastern Shandong province, China on March 15. The car's owner hired people to publicly destroy the vehicle when it failed to function after a service by an official Lamborghini service station. The protest was made to provoke public support and goad the manufacturer to respect his consumer rights.

One Lamborghini owner in China today decided to take a stand against the poor service he had received from the company. He hired people to publicly destroy the sports car when it failed to function after a service by an official Lamborghini service station.

Wu Hong / EPA

Workers destroy a Lamborghini Gallardo L140 luxury sports car to mark World Consumer Rights Day in Qingdao city, eastern Shandong province, China on March 15.

The protest was made to provoke public support and goad the manufacturer to respect his consumer rights.

Wu Hong / EPA

Workers destroy a Lamborghini Gallardo L140 luxury sports car to mark World Consumer Rights Day in Qingdao city, eastern Shandong province, China on March 15.

On this World Consumer Rights Day, please use the comments below to tell us about your own experiences, good and bad.

A Lamborghini owner in China hires a crew to smash his $289,000 car in protest after allegedly disputing with the company on maintenance and engine issues. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.