Video: The Exhaust Of A Ford Mustang Was Filled With Polyurethane Foam Because It Is Very Loud
In the USA, a neighbor taught a Ford Mustang owner a lesson for too loud exhaust of his car, filling the pipes with polyurethane foam. The owner of the Mustang, Aaron Robinson, told about this on his Facebook.
- In addition, the neighbor left a note on the car. He wrote that the foam in the exhaust is the first warning and the Mustang owner must install a quiet exhaust within 14 days, otherwise he will regret it. The message contains the phone number of the local police station and a postscript that the guards will not help.
- On Facebook, Robinson was surprised at the angry neighbor's methods of struggle and stated that he should have just been asked to make the exhaust quieter. The post with a photo of foam in the exhaust has collected over 9,600 shares at the time of publication.
In 2019, a medical student received angry messages from neighbors in his car. Residents of the area did not like the too bright orange color of the Volkswagen Golf GTI of the factory special version of the Fahrenheit Edition.
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