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  • Lamborghini spot hits a nerve in China
  • Lamborghini spot hits a nerve in China
    Jonathan Kos-Read (2013) ©
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Lamborghini spot hits a nerve in China

You’re walking home from a night out when a charismatic man pulls up beside you in an $800,000 Lamborghini and asks you to get in. What do you do? A video filmed in secret has gone viral in China after five of the seven women this happened to readily hop in.

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