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This News Reporter Becomes The News When An Angry Women Allegedly Steals His News Vehicle [VIDEO]

This reporter in Florida simply wanted to cover a story on a complaint that a rental home wasn’t up to code. He gets all set up in front of the house when an angry woman approaches, covers the lens, tells him to leave and then, allegedly steals his truck !


First, she starts grabbing his equipment, tossing it into the news truck eventually, allegedly stealing it!

Didn’t she realize that the camera was rolling?

Naturally he called the cops and they picked her up a few blocks away. Police could charge her with grand theft auto. For your enjoyment, the whole thing was caught on video.

[ABC 7]

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