Angry Tesla owner protests atop car at Shanghai Auto Show


Staff members stand at the Tesla booth during a media day for the Auto Shanghai show in Shanghai, China. A woman wearing a white T-shirt with Chinese writing that translated as ‘Brake Lost Control’ climbed onto a red Model 3 in Tesla’s modest booth on April 19, according to videos and photos circulating on social media. — Reuters

A disgruntled Tesla Inc owner climbed atop one of the electric vehicle pioneer’s cars on the opening day of the Shanghai Auto Show, before being dragged away by security.

Wearing a white T-shirt with Chinese writing that translated as “Brake Lost Control”, the woman climbed onto a red Model 3 in Tesla’s modest booth on April 19, according to videos and photos circulating on social media.

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