Stupid article in English didn't tell the whole story (stupid news aren't all translated)
Here's the catch : two young dudes (dead and older brother) come back home Saturday night drunk. Younger one decides he's too drunk so he'll sleep in the car. His brother goes home, locks the car and takes the electronic key with him. The Audi A6 car has a special lock that makes it impossible to open from the inside, and of course, the car was parked in the sun, and there was a heat alarm in the department (it was like 40°C in the shade, so in the car...)
The family didn't look for the dude until 7pm the next day, sunday because they believed he was asleep in his room, but it was too late. The guy woke up, dehydrated, and tried everything to break free from the car, but he just couldn't break the windows because there were double windows. And Audi is all like "but the manual says that when you lock down the car, you have to make sure nobody is in the car since you can't open it from the inside ! but this one car had no movement detector and even the honk was locked up".
The car is a high maintenance fancy car. Isn't it law nowadays to have some opening device from the inside for the trunk, in case of kidnapping and stuff ? Oo
I was wrong, this isn't a Darwin award, it's just a stupid murder from his brother >_>