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WorldSon of wealthy Indian landlord pushes new BMW into river after parents refuse to buy Jaguar

17:08  13 august  2019
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A young man in India pushed his brand new gifted BMW into a river because he really wanted a Jaguar . These days, most of us would be lucky An Indian youth in the northern state of Haryana was celebrating his birthday when his father, a local and wealthy landlord , showed up with a set of keys.

A man from northern India was filmed pushing his expensive BMW into a river after he was denied a new Jaguar . The fit of rage led to people going.

Son of wealthy Indian landlord pushes new BMW into river after parents refuse to buy Jaguar© Facebook The 22-year-old man, known only as Akash, already owned several SUVs. A young man in India has pushed his brand-new BMW into a river in an apparent protest against his parents' refusal to buy him a Jaguar for his birthday.

Police in the north Indian state of Haryana say the 22-year-old man, identified only as Akash, received a BMW from his parents as a birthday present.

According to local media, the man's father is a wealthy landlord and the 22-year-old son already owned several SUVs.

The son apparently had demanded a new Jaguar for his birthday and was unimpressed with the BMW, which he thought was too small.

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- A young Indian man has made the news after he threw a tantrum over N17.6m birthday gift. - The unidentified man reportedly pushed his brand new BMW birthday gift into a river because he did not get According to BBC, the young man received a BMW as a birthday present from his parents , but

Son pushes BMW into river because he wanted his parents to buy him a Jaguar . The man, named locally only as Akash, is alleged to have pushed the brand new car into the water after The lad's father said, "I wanted to give my son a birthday present. We could only afford to give him a BMW

A BMW was retrieved from a river in the district of Yamunanagar, with a team of local police using ropes and a rubber boat to reach the partially submerged vehicle.

The young man's father told local media that his son had not deliberately driven the car into the river but had swerved to avoid an antelope on the road.

Local police say the man filmed the car in the water and sent the video to his parents.

Hundreds of local men watched the recovery effort from the riverbank as heavy machinery was brought in to retrieve the car.

Despite struggling to overcome chronic poverty among large swathes of the population, India is experiencing a rapid growth of wealth among its richest citizens.

The number of 'ultra-high net worth individuals' (UHNWIs) in India has grown by 24 per cent in the last five years, according to annual global wealth survey the Knight Frank wealth report.

That's the fastest rate of private wealth growth in the Asia-Pacific.

A UHNWI individual is defined as someone with more than US$30 million in assets.

India's millionaires are also more likely to have inherited wealth than built it up from scratch, in comparison to millionaires in other countries.

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