Epic Fail: How To Ruin A New BMW M4 With Spray Paint

Fail

Money can buy you a BMW, but it can't buy you a brain.

This is by far one of the dumbest things we’ve ever seen anyone do to their brand new sports car. According to what information we have, this BMW M4 was bought for a very lucky and apparently very stupid 19-year-old. Soon after receiving his brand new Bimmer, the brilliant teenage owner figured that his car needed a new two-tone paint job. He figured wrong. Deciding to take matters into his own hands, he lined the entire bottom section of the M4's body with bright orange spray paint.

If you don’t believe what you’re reading then we encourage you to take a closer look at the front tire, which has some orange over-spray on it. Clearly this guy is not the brightest crayon in the box, but now his car is definitely one of the brightest on the street. Why would anyone do something like this? It boggles the mind. It really is an absolute tragedy to see something as stupid as this done to such an awesome car. This is an absolutely fail of epic proportions.

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