Nissan GT-R blocks bicycle lane in Beijing

Published on August 23, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter

 Nissan GT-R blocks bicycle lane in Beijing

A basterd Nissan GT-R blocking the bicycle lane in my very own street in Beijing. Bu hao! The GT-R has no license plates which means it isn’t legally insured. Idea… The GT-R was parked only one hundred meters away from the location where I earlier found a BMW blocking my bicycle way.


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  1. daveainchina- October 6, 2012 Reply

    should get a valve stem tool and unscrew the valve stems so the air leaks out of the tires.

    no damage done, just a real pain in the @@@@ to fix.

  2. brian- October 21, 2012 Reply

    when I had this problem in Abu Dhabi I would mix soy sauce with cooking oil and tomato ketchup and then pour it over the windscreen. When the owner returned he woud turn on his windscreen washer hoping to clean it off and it made it ten times worse because of the oi base. Now that is a real pain in the posterior, believe me! haha

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