Posted by Winston Winsloo on Aug 30, 2016
Mansour, 21, from Dubai considers himself a simple and normal guy. He has a normal job, pays his bills, picks up after his dog, and is a huge lover of cars. So when he decided to go to a car dealership just to browse, you can understand his shock when he was kicked out for wasting time and being “too poor”. But what happened the next day will leave you speechless as he got the ultimate revenge. Mansour found himself browsing a luxury car dealership on a Saturday morning which he does once a month “just to look” she says. Mansour told us “I get my love for cars from my Dad. He would always bring me with him every weekend to a different dealership. So once a month I visit a new dealership just to look. I don’t bother anyone, don’t ask questions or ask for a test drive. I know I can’t afford these cars so I let the salesmen talk to actual customers.” But that’s where it gets messy… Mansour said “I was minding my own business and a senior salesman came up to me and without saying hello asked me if I can even afford the deposit on one of these cars. Maybe he was having a bad day but that’s no excuse”. I was shocked, I didn’t know what to say. That’s when the salesman called over security and told him “He’s not buying anything, he’s probably too poor”, and started laughing. I was told to leave and wasn’t welcome back. But that’s not the end of the story… "I went back home and felt very depressed. I could not even say hi to my housemate!" But that's when a strange turn of events happened a week later when Mansour’s parents came to visit him. Surprisingly, his parents showed up with two cars. One was a brand new white Mercedes Benz C230. It was then Mansour just broke down in tears. "I can't believe how incredible my parents are! I love them so much." But the story doesn't end there. Mansour made it a point to drive past that dealership every day, just to make a point to that rude salesman.
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