Recently, German automobile manufacturer Volkswagen has been exposed as installing software in their cars that cheat diesel emission tests, breaking the law and creating a scandal. Today, as VW presents at the Geneva Motor Show, UK comedian and Lee Nelson creator Simon Brodkin took the opportunity to protest. He dressed up as a mechanic with a box reading 'Cheat Box' and attempted to affix it to the model car; hardly subtle stuff, but it caused a bit of a flurry. You might remember Brodkin as Nelson, or more recently for dumping a suitcase of fake money on disgraced FIFA boss Sepp Blatter. Check out Brodkin's stunt below, via the Wall Street Journal:
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