I have a personal hatred for the losers who use social media to boost their own ego and flaunt the wealth they may or may not possess. Apparently, I’m not the only one who believes these kids are dumbasses.
Earlier this month, a self-proclaimed “Rich Kid of Instagram” witnessed four of his luxury vehicles go up in flames, thanks to the work of several masked men.
From The Telegraph:
The 19-year-old leased a new £340,000 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster for a wedding on June 6 but it was torched a few hours later outside a house in Luton, Beds.
Three hooded men pulled up to the house around 1am in a Mercedes 4×4 and doused the Lamborghini in petrol, CCTV images revealed.
The following week three more of his luxury cars, worth £200,000, were destroyed in a second attack close to his father’s Platinum Executive Travel firm in Yardley, Birmingham.
Two Audi R8 Spyder supercars and a Bentley Flying Spur were burned out and the attack was again caught on CCTV.
Shocking. You basically gave the world access to your life and told them exactly what you possess (or leased, hah) and expect no one to respond to your taunting? Affluence obviously does not correlate with intelligence in this case.
The little shit even believed he was attacked out of “jealousy.”
“I’m not sure if it’s an attack on my family because they would have come directly after me or my family if that was the case.
“However, I do believe it could be a vile act of jealously towards my business or it could just be mindless vandals on an arson spree.
“Either way, one thing is for sure they will be caught and when they do I suggest you sit back and enjoy the show because they will be going down for a long time.”
Just to add fuel to the fire, during post-arson TV interviews, the Instagramming bastard continued to drop little hints of his wealth.
“Fortunately the driver was in the house at the time but this could have endangered lives, there could have been dead bodies.
The police do not have any suspects, and “Lord Aleem” is still shamelessly flaunting on Instagram, despite being “shaken” following the incidents.
I hoped this kid would learn a lesson from watching four luxury cars go up in flames, but I can’t imagine anything will change in this kid’s world anytime soon.
[via The Telegraph]
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