See the Aftermath of a Car BBQ Thanks to a Case of Russian Arson


It's called settling scores. Russian style.

A few days ago we heard about the case of a Moscow-based multi-millionaire who had, shall we say, something of a car BBQ. It wasn’t by choice, however. This guy’s luxury car collection was completely torched while sitting in a parking lot near Red Square. It took only a few short minutes for the 12 cars to completely go up in flames. What you see before you in the latest video and pictures are the remains of some Rolls-Royces, Bentleys, a Ferrari, Porsche, and a Mercedes.

Total value: roughly $3.3 million. All firefighters could do was put the fire out and prevent it from spreading further. Apparently this is what happens when you have enemies in Russia, or pissed off ex-lovers. Perhaps both.

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