Would you resort to cheating just to win in the game of love? Well someone did, big time.
Recently, a man in Singapore who owned a knock-off Lamborghini Aventador successfully wooed a lady he met at a gathering. Apparently the new couple had sex 50 times after being together for two weeks. The lady flaunted photos of her then-boyfriend car to her friends, only to later discover the car he drove was actually a cheap China knock-off. The friend informed her the car cost only about S$150,000 whereas a real Lamborghini Aventador would set one back by at least S$1,500,000. Yup, that’s 10 times the price! According to the report, the lady first bumped into the taciturn man at a friend's party. Somehow they still managed to make small chat, and he learnt that they both lived rather close to each other. He proposed sending her home, to which she agreed. As he walked her to his car, the lady suddenly gasped when a "Lamborghini Aventador" came into sight. After that night, the two went out on numerous dates and watched movies together. She insisted he was a gentleman the whole time. He didn’t try to hit on her sexually at all. “Back then, I thought to myself that rich people are rarely humble. Because of his unique quality, I started to develop feelings for him,” said the lady. They always dined at regular food courts and he wore inexpensive clothes typically bought from online shopping platform Qoo10. She felt very secure and blissful to be with such a down-to-earth person. Two weeks into the relationship, the couple started having sex, and did so up to 50 times. She also frequently updated her friends with pictures of them being together in a group chat. Thank god she wasn’t my friend. She secretly took a video of his car one day when he was driving and posted it online, hoping that folks would sing high praises about her catch. To her surprise, one of her best friends remarked: “That car is not a Lamborghini Aventador!” She was shocked by her bestie's response and wondered how that was possible as the car even had Lamborghini logos emblazoned on its hood well as rims. Her bestie explained those logos could have been rather easily purchased online, further pointing out that the car was actually a Chinese imitation worth around S$150,000. In light of this it would appear he had purposely modified the car so that it resembled the Italy-made Lamborghini Aventador. Suddenly her world fell apart. Furious upon knowing the truth, she interrogated him over Whatsapp. “How much did you spent on the car? My friend was wondering if she could purchase one at a discounted price” the lady said. The boyfriend then claimed that it cost him S$1.2 million and boasted top end specs. The lady laughed sarcastically, then transmitted the image of an authentic Lamborghini Aventador, asking him why his car looked different in comparison. “Oh, this is an old model. The one I bought is a new model. Of course, they don’t look the same. Why are you troubled by this?” the boyfriend inquired. “Did you mean a cheapo made in China fake to the bones replica? Stop pretending. My friend had already told me everything. Let’s just break up,” she implored. To that, he exclaimed: “Why are you are so anal about this? A car is merely a means of transportation. Why do you always have to show off?” “I show off?! You mother%&*#. It’s you who modified the car to make it look like a Lamborghini! How dare you say I am the one who is vain! You are a disgusting man. I must have been blind to have ever loved you,” she shot back. She then distributed screenshots of their acerbic exchange alongside pictures of the car to warn women against dating a particular “Fake Lamborghini Dude”. Food for thought: if the man was upfront about things from the get-go, would she still have slept with him 50 times?