Man Busts Guys Who Allegedly Stole His Car While They're Chilling inside It
Taking the law into his own hands, a man came across the alleged perpetrators who stole his vehicle. Try as he might, the frightened and purported thieves were unable to run away.
A TikTok user, going by Avi Marmorstein with the username @andrewmarmz, posted a clip of him finding the men who allegedly stole his vehicle. They were inside this car when caught.
A man with a camera walked up to a black vehicle. The individual in the driver's seat looked up at the lens with a seemingly nervous temperament.
The TikTok user approached this individual, saying that he was in his car, to which the man defended himself, saying that he had not stolen the vehicle. Avi Marmorstein expressed:
"Oh well, you own it right? I've been looking for it. I've been checking...this car has a [GPS]."
The alleged thief then began trying to turn the car on to drive away. Unfortunately, the said owner claimed that he had disabled it, and so the purported perpetrator was stuck.
The vehicle's apparent owner then encouraged the man to remove himself from the car. The video came to an end at this point, gathering up to around 304,000 likes and nearly 8,000 comments.
A man took one of these animals [an alligator] from a golf course and tried to throw it on a beach lounge roof.
Many of these remarks consisted of viewers asking why he didn't contact the police instead of taking a social media video. Many of them jokingly advocated violence against the supposed criminal.
Another man whose car was stolen decided to take the law into his own hands, too. Lionel Rainey woke up to several messages from surrounding neighbors as well as a call.
This call was when he was informed that his Chevrolet Tahoe had been appropriated. Footage sourced from a camera in his area confirmed this.
It showed several armed men in the street when Rainey's vehicle was eventually driven away. Calling OnStar, he located his car in the Hollygrove neighborhood of New Orleans.
Although Rainey had contacted the police, he did not want to wait around. Rainey managed to drive with someone else to Hollygrove, where he eventually came across his Chevrolet Tahoe.
Rainey simply got out of the car and took his own back. In hindsight, he admitted that it was quite a dangerous decision.
Some steal cars, while others steal alligators. This happened when a man took one of these animals from a golf course and tried to throw it on a beach lounge roof after physically abusing it.
This individual claimed he was “teaching it a lesson.” Luckily, he was arrested, and the alligator was taken back to the Congo River Golf staff.
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