One day during his visit to London, Nawab of Bahawalpur was walking in a civil dress in Bond Street. He saw a Rolls Royce showroom and went inside to ask about the price and features of their cars. Considering him as just another poor Indian citizen, the salesmen of the showroom insulted him and almost showed him the way out.
After this insult, Nawab of Bahawalpur came back to his Hotel room and asked his servants to call the showroom that Nawab of Bahawalpur city is interested in purchasing a few of their cars. After a few hours, the King reached the Rolls Royce showroom again but with his full astonishing royal manner and in his royal costume. Until he reached the showroom there was already a red carpet lying on the floor, where all the salesmen were seen bent in honour. The King purchased all the six cars that they had at the showroom at that time and paid the total cost of the cars with delivery costings. After reaching Pakistan, Nawab of Bahawalpur ordered the municipal department to use all those six Rolls Royce cars for cleaning and transporting city’s waste.
The world’s number one Rolls Royce cars then seen being used for transportation of the city’s waste. This news definitely made the news and spread all over the world rapidly with the reputation of Rolls Royce Company in drains. Whenever someone used to boast in Europe or America that he owned a Rolls Royce, people used to laugh saying, “which one? The same that is used in Pakistan for carrying the waste of the city?”
Due to such reputation damages, sales of Rolls Royce dropped rapidly and the revenue of the company owners started falling down. They were then asked to send a Telegram to the Nawab of Bahawalpur, apologizing and requesting them to stop the transportation of waste material in Rolls Royce cars. Not only this but they also offered 6 new cars to the Nawab of Bahawalpur free of cost.