Probably still a misdemeanor. If caught, he’ll be out in a couple if hours, sans bail. Maybe he’ll get a fine, for swift justice.
I’m mainly confused as to what the thief plans to do with a couple of custom made surfboards that have the Mami Wata logo on them. It’s not like they’re mass produced goods that will blend in after they’re out the door…er, window.
A vanity plate that reads LOS ANGELES?
As the comments say, it’s “obviously fake”. Does California require a front plate?
I Googled California plates, and it definitely looks like the retro-style vanity plates on offer through the DMV. Perhaps he stole that, too.
missed opportunity, then.
The car did have a front plate, and with some pausing of the video, I think I made it to be BLV-J509.
That wasn’t the one the thief was using, I don’t think. The gear and other surfboard were in the BMW.
Ahh, yes, you are right. There was a slight cut in the video, and my wrecked attention span forgot which car the thief was using
Thats not a real license plate. The car is stolen, right? Is that a kind of default plate that might be found at a dealership??
He’s going to surf with them.
Right. To me, it would be like going to the skate park on a stolen Tony Hawk-autographed skateboard that had been painted by some artist and many folks had seen at the skate shop and knew had been stolen.
ETA: Okay, now I see it. He’d probably get street cred for being the thief.
Probably something he put on over his real plate before he went to break into that surf shop…
It’s not “his.” It’s too good a car. Someone who actually owns a brand-new, $80,000 car will just buy $2000 surfboards; no need to steal. He does not own that car. I’m just so confused though: why doesn’t he sell the already-stolen car to a chop shop, then use the $$$ to buy the surfboard (skipping the unnecessary second robbery). This thief needs a life coach / business manager!
Funny when the thief says “Don’t touch my car.” Yeah, show some consideration!
Because he needs the car to get to the beach?
Ah, so there really was always money in the banana stand…er shop.
Grand Theft is anything over
$750 in Florida $950 in California, so this is a felony.
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