Something just wasn't quite right about this place, I don't know if it was the placement of the cars
Something just wasn't quite right about this place, I don't know if it was the placement of the cars, the colour of the walls, or the colour of my skin? Walked into this disgrace of a showroom and was approached by an older gentleman within a few moments. I was expecting a warming handshake, or even a welcoming statement. Instead, a dead stare and a rude comment. "Are you in the right place... Sir?" I wasn't quite sure whether he was talking to me or someone else so I asked him if he was questioning me. He replied with yet another rude and aggressive comment; "Yes, who else am I looking at." I was shocked to hear this from someone who is supposed to be selling cars. I asked for him to show me a Bentley continental and - as I am not too much of a car enthusiast - to explain the differences between the sport models. He told me to wait a few minutes as he was busy with another customer so I agreed and walked around. I could see that he kept turning his head towards me every few seconds - I assume to make sure I wasn't touching his precious vehicles with my disgusting foreign hands. I was in the showroom looking for the continental GT. However, I wasn't buying from this showroom as I was returning to London the day after. I was simply looking to inspect the car I would be purchasing soon after. A task I came to the showroom expecting to be a pleasant experience. I opened the door of one of the Bentley's and immediately heard the older gentleman shout "Excuse me, do not touch that" from across the room. I, along with fellow customers, was once again shocked at his absurdly rude behaviour. I explained the situation to him and he said "You don't look like someone who can afford this. Please leave if that is all." Until now, I am utterly disgusted at the service provided to me at Bentley Edinburgh. I would have thought that in this rare and unusual situation that the other salesman would have involved themselves and calmed the older man down. They did not. I decided to take matters into my own hands and walk a short distance to the nearby Mercedes showroom. I am pleased to let everyone know that this was an outstanding experience and a young man has convinced me of purchasing a brand new S-Class. I am quite happy with this and, in a weird way, thankful to the old man for indirectly directing me towards Mercedes. I think that because I was dressed in a casual tracksuit jumper and jeans I was treated this way. It maybe didn't help that I have black skin. I deeply apologise to the salesman who had the misfortune of dealing with a troublesome customer such as myself. I can assure you; I will not be returning any time soon. Good day.