A Dubai supermarket delivers mangoes to customers’ doors in a green Lamborghini, according to a Gulf article.
“The king has to travel like a king,” said Mohammad Jehanzeb, managing director of the Pakistani supermarket in Dubai.
Mohammad Jehanzeb himself delivers the luscious fruit and also takes customers in the luxury car.
In order to take advantage of the offer deployed on the famous supermarket’s Facebook page, customers are required to place a minimum order of 100 DH, according to the Gulf News report.
“The idea is to put a smile on people’s faces and make them feel special,” says Jehanzeb.
Videos of delighted mango lovers, taking a ride in the car, tour the Internet.
“The joy ride was mainly aimed at children who have been kidnapped at home because of the coronavirus, but the adults are just as happy to take the wheel of my Lamborghini Huracan. I am happy to oblige them too” said Mr. Jehanzeb.
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“Each order takes about an hour. We make around 7 to 8 home deliveries a day, but we hope to increase the number to 12,” he adds.
Arshad Khan, from Lucknow, India, said his children were excited after hearing the Lamborghini’s roar outside their Falcon City villa.
“For someone from Lucknow – the land of famous dussheri and landga mangoes – I was a little skeptical about the taste of Pakistani mangoes. I ordered them for the sheer experience of seeing them come to my house in a supercar luxury, “Gulf News quoted Khan as saying.
“It was quite exhilarating and I must admit that the mangoes were as delicious as the ones from here,” he added.