Just a few months after Elon Musk gave a $ 40,000 white diamond and ruby ring to "give nearly 50,000 jobs to the Americans and put the US back on the map as a serious competitor in the automotive industry," famous jewels Ben Baller has found in an unfortunate but deeply ironic problem – he was caught inside his own Tesla.
Baller went on Instagram to vent his frustrations through his story (written below) and said, "I wish it was * cking joke. I am locked in my f * cking Tesla. I know I have been Tesla fan, I've said so many good things about Tesla. But I've been locked in the car now for 37 minutes and I'm waiting for road assistance. "
To no surprise Twitter did not react so much to sympathy, but a lot of the pleasure. Other Twitter users (probably also Tesla owners) have been on Twitter to chime in and express their complaints about the automaker. Check out their tweets below.
In other Elon Musk news, listen to his first rap single "RIP Harambe" on SoundCloud. . stocksharks_) March 31, 2019
probably best not let your boyfriend drive in the car … hip piece. Be thankful you didn't burn.
BTW, it's a feature.
– David Patrick Dennis (@dpdgraphix) April 1, 2019
Which piece of shit is the car. No way to leave the vehicle if the computer breaks or if the battery dies (or if the batteries are on fire). This guy must claim his ring back, and then make an e + throne or in-ring ring instead of good.
– Nixon's Head (@Nixons_Head_) March 31, 2019
Last update gave me two corner issues. The car wouldn't start. Restarting would not work. Key on / off would not work. Get out, get started in a few times on a regular basis. So home autopilot ran completely glitched. "Instant access control" buzzed and wouldn't stop.
– Glenn Tongue (@glenntongue) March 31, 2019