There is an almost carcinogenic phrase installed in common sense that reads “he who has money does what he wants”, and although we exist in a world that seems to confirm it every day, naturalizing waste and ostentation only validates the worst of the human being. This Russian millionaire is a good example, setting fire to a car that costs the same as a collection of houses.
The boy in question is Mikhail Litvin, a YouTuber who owns a Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S Coupé, a racing car with a 639 Hp 4.0L Biturbo V8 engine, capable of 0-100 km / h in 3.2 seconds and reach 315 km / h of maximum speed.
As it seems to be interpreted by his previous videos, the car was bought a short time ago, but a series of problems had it badly to bring him, visiting the dealership where he never had the expected response.
Your solution? Take the car to a field with several cans of gasoline in the trunk and set it on fire. Judging by his way of lighting a fire and roasting meat, this boy is missing a kiln hit yet.
It’s hard to understand what Litvin is looking for, one thing is having problems with your car and another is setting it on fire, also putting the environment at risk and polluting everything. You are probably one of those people who prefer to lose a lot of money but gain a little fame.
What we do bank on him is that at the end of the video he gets on a ZAZ-968M, a modest little car from the Soviet era with 40 horses and, well, the odd little old car problem.