In Karnataka, Mahindra salesman humiliates farmer for appearing poor, apologizes
Bengaluru : Looks don’t matter! It is not just a phrase but also a lesson many should learn at their early age. A recent incident from Karnataka is a perfect example on why a person must not be judged upon his looks.
A farmer from Karnataka stepped into a Mahindra showroom with a desire to buy a Pick-up truck worth Rs 10 lakhs approximately. While he was preparing to be greeted with honour, the salesman available disrespected him and even asked him to leave assuming that he could not afford a car of such price.
"The car is worth Rs 10 lakhs and you probably don't even have Rs 10 in your pocket," salesman told the farmer.
The farmer in returned challenged him to arrange the delivery for the same day as he will return with the money to buy the car. Like a movie script, the farmer actually returned to the showroom within an hour and the salesman could not arrange the delivery.
Humiliated over his actions, the salesman had to tender his apology after the police intervened in the matter. Later, the farmer told the salesman that he is not interested in buying the car from the showroom and left with his money.
The incident has been widely shared on social media with people tagging Mahindra chief Anand Mahindra to take notice of the incident.