Recently, the dispute regarding parking space between Rolls-Royce and Bentley owners has spurred heated discussion on Chinese social media. The incident happened in an underground parking lot in Shenzhen, China. 

According to many videos circulated on the Internet, a long-haired woman had a heated argument with several people surrounding her.

As Yahoo News reported on June 6, the above-mentioned woman angrily said that her parking space was occupied, so she started to quarrel with others. After a while, the Rolls-Royce owner insisted on not moving the car.  

She also added that she would drive her Bentley there to block the vehicle if the owner didn’t move the car.

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Get the keys, drive my Bentley over here


Block here, I haven’t driven a Bentley for a month


I have 50 Bentleys at home

Later, the two sides scuffled together again. At one point, the woman who said she had 50 Bentleys, pretended to fall down with the man accompanying her.

The woman’s remark then aroused great attention on the Internet. Netizens began to search for the background of this rich woman.

According to Radio Free Asia, netizens found that the woman might be allegedly the wife of Zhang Xiaozhong (张晓中). It’s worth mentioning that the woman’s husband works for Shenzhen Zhenye Group (深圳市振业集团). This company is listed under the Shenzhen State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission.

Zhang Xiaozhong is the Secretary of the Disciplinary Committee and Chairman of the Supervisory Committee of the company. He later denied the matter.

Zhenye Group’s 2021 annual report shows that Zhang Xiaozhong’s yearly pre-tax income is 375,000 yuan (about 56000 dollars). He also didn’t receive remuneration from affiliated companies. 

If there were actually 50 Bentleys in his house, it could be a big corruption issue.

In response to the situation reported by netizens, the Shenzhen State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (深圳市国资委) issued a notice on the evening of June 5 on Weibo. The notice said that it was verifying the incident.

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