WATCH: This man really didn't like his new car

Posted at 5:49 AM, Mar 16, 2016

It's probably not going to result in a refund, but one man's driving desire for customer satisfaction may have provided relief--at least at the time.

The People's Daily (China) reports that a man named Mr. Bai smashed his car into a Beijing car dealership after suing for a refund. He eventually dropped the case, claiming the store pressured him.

“The store threatened to find ten men to do something to my wife!” said Mr. Bai angrily. “I called before I came. I didn’t want to hurt anyone.” 

The store manager responded to this, saying that “Our salesman does not have any contact information of Mr. Bai’s wife.” -- The People's Daily

No one was hurt.