Watch: Police get so distracted arresting sneaker thief, they miss another dude stealing the stolen sneakers
Credit the cops for trying. Thanks to the progressive "defund the police" agenda where stealing has been made legal-ish up to a certain amount in progressive cities, these videos tend to show the thief getting away with stolen goods because they know no one is going to stop them. This one guy was getting arrested. Justice is served.
Though if I could offer a slight criticism to the police officers, when there are three of you, one -- probably the girl -- should be tasked with keeping an eye on your surroundings. If not, this happens.
The old man stole the stolen sneakers pic.twitter.com/LOoEHzRjDw
— Clown World ™ 🤡 (@ClownWorld_) March 10, 2023
What happened, if I'm observing the situation correctly, is someone at the mall witnessed the arrest in action and took out their smartphone. No doubt hoping to catch the thief screaming "I can't breathe" or "hands up, don't shoot" or some other bullsh*t. Instead, they capture a boring, by-the-books arrest.
But as luck would have it some other guy --- walking with a cane -- waddled through the shot. He saw the Jordans. He saw no one paying attention. On the grounds of "finders keepers," he bagged up his new sneakers and hopped on an escalator.
They're going to have a hard time explaining this to the chief.
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The three officers are never going to live this down. Ten bucks say a screen capture of the old dude is taped to each one of their computers at the station. And that they'll be resigned to mall duty for the foreseeable future.
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