Man’s Brand New BMW Caught on Fire in China, Children Suspected Behind Incident

Man’s Brand New BMW Caught on Fire in China, Children Suspected Behind Incident
Bryan Ke
June 14, 2018
A man from Yangzhou in eastern central China’s Jiangsu Province bought a brand new BMW luxury car only to find it engulfed in flames 20 minutes later inside a residential neighborhood.
It was initially believed that the man was blessing his car by burning incense, which is reportedly what caused the fire on June 12, according to Shanghaiist. In the now viral video posted on Chinese social media, the residential area can be seen almost covered in smoke.
Several offerings near the car, which cost about 470,000 yuan ($73,000), as well as a red cloth draped on the hood of the vehicle, were also discovered.
However, surveillance video later revealed that four children could be responsible for the fire that turned the car into a charred husk. Now, the BMW auto is supposedly at a repair center such as Bimmer Performance Center to repair the damages. It was not said who will shoulder the expenses.
In the CCTV footage, the children were seen putting incense around the car before the incident happened, CGTN reported. The man was left in shock. First, he was shocked that people were thinking that he was blessing his new car. Second, he was exasperated by the fact that children were behind this mess. As it is a new car, he is dumbfounded about the event and not sure what will happen to the perpertrators.
Authorities are currently investigating the case.
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