Car Salesman Allegedly Uses COVID-Infected Saliva To Try And Off Boss

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Selling cars can be a cutthroat pursuit, and now comes the tale of the guy who allegedly tried to kill off his boss with saliva full of COVID-19.

Yeah, we don’t know if it actually works, either.

Anyway, the story goes like this: Turkish dealership owner Ibrahim Unverdi said he asked salesman Ramazan Cimen to hand over the cash from a recent car sale. Apparently, Cimen just took the money for himself, which isn’t how things traditionally work.

Instead, according to Unverdi, the car salesman purchased some COVID-infected saliva from a COVID-infected individual, and had plans to transfer it to Unverdi.

The salesman is now on the run from police in Turkey, but has still found time to send threatening messages to Unverdi and his family. One allegedly read: “I could not kill you with the virus. I will shot [sic] you in the head next time.”

As an aside, Unverdi told reporters he would rather be shot in the head than infected with the virus.

“My mother and father have a chronic illness. If he infected me with COVID-19, I could have in turn infected my family and those around me,” Unverdi said. “At least if he shot me in the head, I would be the only one to die. No need to be so evil.”

No need indeed. But to one troubled car salesman, the motto clearly is, if you can’t beat ’em, lick ’em.

Written by Sam Amico

Sam Amico spent 15 years covering the NBA for Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports and, along with a few other spots, and currently runs his own basketball website on the side,


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