Tyre thief not spared by capital cops at local KTV

Tyre thief not spared by capital cops at local KTV

Despite giving his employer the runaround, a tyre thief was caught in the capital’s Prampi Makara district and arrested on Sunday. Claiming an employee had stolen $5,000 worth of wheels in July, the Chinese boss spotted him outside a KTV and blocked his car in.

The culprit came out and smashed up a few other vehicles trying to flee before officers showed up to apprehend him. His ex-boss, meanwhile, was kind enough to pay $250 for the damage that had been caused to the bystanders’ rides.

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