Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, August 10
Gifted a BMW by his parents instead of a Jaguar that he was demanding, a youth from Haryana's Yamunanagar on Friday pushed his new car into a swollen river in a fit of anger, police said.
The father of the youth is said to be a landlord in a village in Haryana.
The drowned car was a BMW 3-Series or 5-Series, which means that it would have cost the landlord not less than Rs 35 lakh.
The car, white in colour, had a VIP number, HR02 A5 7777.
The video shows the car later got stuck in the middle of the river on a large patch of grass.
The youth, later with the help of local divers, tried to get the car out of the river.
Police have registered a case.
With Inputs from IANS.
#Watch: A youth from Haryana's Yamunanagar on Friday pushed his new car into a river in a fit of anger because he did not like the gift he received from his parents. His gift was a BMW. pic.twitter.com/6iasmzikZd— Tauseef Sheikh (@tauseefjourno) August 9, 2019
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