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Tesla Owner Confronts Uncle Who Stole His RM600 Shoes, Gets Scolded for “Not Respecting Elders”

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Source: Sin Chew Daily

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Being a Tesla owner doesn’t just mean owning an electric, self-driving car. It also means you have a sentry to watch out for your belongings!

An elderly uncle learned this the hard way after he was caught stealing a RM600 pair of sneakers.

According to a report by Sin Chew Daily, a Tesla owner used his vehicle’s Sentry Mode to identify an elderly man who had stolen his sneakers, which costs a whopping RM600.

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It all started when the Tesla owner had finished his 2-hour morning run and decided to sun-dry his sweat-soaked shoes while waiting for his son to finish his badminton game.

Placing his shoes in the sun behind his parked Tesla, he walked over to a nearby eatery to have breakfast. When he returned, his shoes were gone!

He then promptly checked the camera footage from his Tesla, which was on Sentry Mode while parked, and saw an elderly man taking his shoes.

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The camera clearly captured the uncle’s appearance and number plate, so I immediately drove around to look for him and I bumped into him,”

“After I got out of the car, I walked to his car and confronted the uncle. At first, he kept denying it, and in turn questioned whether I was really the owner of the shoes,” the Tesla owner shared.

 

Wanting to put an end to the nonsense, he then pulled out his phone and showed the elderly man the camera footage and the elderly man went into a fit of rage.

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Knowing that he had been caught, the elderly man threw the shoes onto the road and berated the Tesla owner for “not respecting his elders“.

Not wanting to argue with the elderly man, the Tesla owner then collected his shoes and left.

 

You can check out the video from this incident here.

What would you have done if you were in the Tesla owner’s shoes (not the stolen ones, of course)? Do feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section.

 

Also read: M’sian Shares Her Gratitude to Petrol Station Staff Who Helped Her After She Pumped Diesel Into Her Car

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