Ferrari stunt wrecks ancient Chinese relic, city's reputation5/10/2012
Italian carmaker Ferrari is learning how to apologize in Chinese after a publicity stunt left a 600-year-old monument with a brand-new set of tire tracks on top of it. To celebrate Ferrari's 20 years in the Chinese car market, one of its signature cars was filmed spinning its wheels on top of Nanjing's Ming Dynasty-era wall. Everyone is angry about the damage, which means lots of finger-pointing. The public is pissed that city officials might've pocketed $12,000 for the stunt, but the city says Ferrari didn't have permission. Ferrari is largely blaming the local dealership employee who drove the car. Way go, Ferrari -- just throw the guy out of the driver's seat and under the bus.
Who do you think is at fault for this stunt gone wrong?