20 Norwegian Tesla owners went on a hunger strike to protest Elon Musk and couldn’t even last a full 24 hours before calling it quits
Elon Musk was in Oslo, Norway for an energy conference and was met with a group of twenty upset Tesla owners, protesting Musk and his car company due to defects in their purchases with a hunger strike.
The Norwegian group began their hunger strike shortly before Musk arrived for the conference. The hunger strike barely lasted a FULL 24 HOURS before ending because, well, the protestors got hungry.
Twenty disgruntled Norwegian Tesla owners, who went on hunger strike because of defects in their electric cars, have already stopped their protest within 24 hours.
The Norwegian group began their hunger strike shortly before Tesla chief executive Elon Musk arrived in Oslo for an energy conference. Tesla owners demanded action after finding a series of faults in their vehicles that had not been properly resolved. Some owners report experiencing poor customer service and others claim they never get a call back when they are promised.
Sixteen of the twenty Tesla drivers did not even last a day on their hunger strike.
Recap: 24 hours. Hunger strike. Stopped because they got hungry.
All of the above checks out pretty well considering that the types of people who would protest such things are the biggest losers on the planet and lack self-awareness and street smarts on why a protest actually works and the sacrifices needed to actually make a statement.
I’m honestly shocked they were able to take time off work for a day and protest given the fact that they bought such an expensive electric vehicle, but I digress.
Elon Musk, being the gentleman that he is, provided a few tips for the hunger strike group.
Elon Musk on Tesla Hunger Strike
Tesla owners are the worst. If you don’t believe me, head over to one of their Facebook groups or go ahead and park in a Tesla charging spot at your local Wawa and you’ll know exactly what I mean.
At work, my company was doing a special drop off for a customer and met them at a Wawa to get their order delivered in a pinch. The customer stated that they drove a Tesla, and to meet him over at the charging stations. Our driver followed instruction, met him there, and dropped off the package.
Seems pretty simple, right?
Another Tesla driving dork took a picture of the company van, posted it all over their dumb Tesla Facebook groups, and we were flooded with bad reviews about how we have zero respect for Tesla owners and how insulting it was to have a delivery van at the charging stations.
See my point?
Back to these protestors…
You mean to tell me you can’t last 24 hours without eating? That’s absolutely pathetic. I don’t care if you were super high and had the munchies either, 24 hours is easy. If we reached the 72 hour mark, maybe I would have respect for you but unfortunately, that wasn’t the case.