14-year-old girl buys car for boyfriend in China

Audi-RS7-2014_1358344084In Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan province in interior China, a 14-year-old girl has done what she believes was the only thing left to make amends – buy a luxury car for her internet boyfriend.

The girl, Wang Fang, reportedly showed up at an Audi dealership on July 14 with 380,000 yuan ($61,976) to buy a car for a man that she met three months earlier on the internet.

When the love-at-first-click affair turned sour, however, (perhaps because the man found out he was dating a 14 year old?), Ms Wang became desperate to rekindle the affair.

But when she went to buy the car, the salesman, Tian Pan, refused to sell it to her and called the police.

An alert was subsequently put out to notify other dealerships in Zhengzhou to be on the lookout for the girl and to not sell her a car.

Ms Wang appears to have a history of aberrational behavior, having previously run off from a residential school, police told reporters.

Away from her parents for the past four years, Ms Wang got a yearly allowance of 30,000-40,000 yuan.

Zhengzhou has in recent memory become a kind of showcase for odd news in China, playing witness to a riot caused when a foreign allegedly slapped a Chinese woman, as well as a “Resident Evil” style wedding.



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In Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan province in interior China, a 14-year-old girl has done what she believes was the only thing left to make amends – buy a luxury car for her internet boyfriend. The girl, Wang Fang, reportedly showed up at an Audi dealership on July 14 with 380,000 yuan ($61,976) to buy a car for a man that she met three months earlier on the internet. When the love-at-first-click affair turned sour, however, (perhaps because the man found out he was dating a 14 year old?), Ms Wang became desperate to rekindle the affair. But when she...

Audi-RS7-2014_1358344084In Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan province in interior China, a 14-year-old girl has done what she believes was the only thing left to make amends – buy a luxury car for her internet boyfriend.

The girl, Wang Fang, reportedly showed up at an Audi dealership on July 14 with 380,000 yuan ($61,976) to buy a car for a man that she met three months earlier on the internet.

When the love-at-first-click affair turned sour, however, (perhaps because the man found out he was dating a 14 year old?), Ms Wang became desperate to rekindle the affair.

But when she went to buy the car, the salesman, Tian Pan, refused to sell it to her and called the police.

An alert was subsequently put out to notify other dealerships in Zhengzhou to be on the lookout for the girl and to not sell her a car.

Ms Wang appears to have a history of aberrational behavior, having previously run off from a residential school, police told reporters.

Away from her parents for the past four years, Ms Wang got a yearly allowance of 30,000-40,000 yuan.

Zhengzhou has in recent memory become a kind of showcase for odd news in China, playing witness to a riot caused when a foreign allegedly slapped a Chinese woman, as well as a “Resident Evil” style wedding.



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