It’s sincerely not every day a being dare to cross the line, but when it does happen, they make sure they are not caught. Alright, let take a second glance around the cameras that might be viewing things.
Surely, not everyone is, however, careful. Here’s what this man did after keying someone else’s Telsa. The man didn’t know he should have thought of his action before doing the act. The recordings from the good Telsa really got him into big trouble.
Justice Frimpong shared on Twitter about someone keying his Telsa
Sharing two shorts from the Video, the man’s motion sensor cameras filmed the man and the good individuals on Twitter advised him to look up all the cameras in hopes that at least one of them can be caught.
With the advice gotten from Twitter, Frimpong went to police with the video
Fortunately, the license plate of the criminal was visible from one of the cameras and thus he was able to provide the police with a piece of solid evidence to the criminal.
At first, the criminal denied everything but when told about the Video, it jogged the criminal’s memory
‘With the license plate, they were able to discover him, but at first, he couldn’t remember being there. When shown the video he then confessed and apologized.’ Frimpong said.
He added; ‘In the end, I spoke to my insurance and he will be paying for the damages. I consider this a happy ending to a Telsa keying story. Technology is really the best.