Monk opens Winery in China, with super cars

Published on July 1, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter

Opening a winery requires blessing from higher spirits, this new winery therefore hired a Buddhist monk to perform some rituals. Everything is for sale in China, a real monk will set you back at least 1000 yuan a day, a fake monk can be had for a 100. What matters is, how much you really believe… Some supercars to impress potential customers, likely hired as well. On da left a Lamborghini Aventador, on da right a Ferrari 458. Let the drinking begin, cheers y’all! Via: Gamersky.

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  1. dragin- July 2, 2012 Reply

    Whatever happened to detachment?

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