Man steals someone else stuff, then sh!t talks the guys. What a fvcking douche
@TheSecretSavage, I mean he's a thief being a thief, I'm honestly putting the blame on the owner here, he knew where the bike was and instead of going to get it or calling the police he decides to call the thief out for Internet karma points... He had leverage and just gave it up, the only leverage he had just for Internet karma points
@TheSecretSavage, also why point out the chip? Of course its going to be taken off if you do that.
@Jipz, I’d say both people are definitely at fault for their own separate failures. Don’t try and outwit a guy when you can just get him arrested, and...well don’t be a thief.
@YUNoJump, yeah I'm not saying the thief isn't at blame here xD of course the thief is at blame for being a thief, but then the second half is the blame of the owner for 1. Not acting on the information and advantage he had and 2. instead tried to call out the thief and TOLD HIM HIS ADVANTAGE and screwed himself over.
@TheSecretSavage, a douche with 500 bucks in his pocket.
@TheSecretSavage, his prints are on the tape 10/10 best plan to talk shjt
If there was some sort of chip in it, why not just go get it?
@SurgeonSean, Because he was too afraid and socially awkward to confront someone who had wronged him, which is a huge problem in today's society. A hundred years ago you could duel to the death, now people are getting sued for thousands just for defending their families.
@SurgeonSean, "congratulations, you played yourself"
@SurgeonSean, I heard a story once about that: a guy stole this lady’s bike and tried to sell it on Craigslist or something. The lady who owned the bike contacted the guy and arranged to meet for the sale. They both met up and the lady asked if she could take it for a test ride. He said yes and she got on and rode the bike home.
1. Most printers today will print a hard to spot Id code unique to itself on every page it prints, so unless that was a communal printer(where they could just look up whoever sent the job in,) you might be able to find the thief.
2. Of course you got less, you tore the Fvck out of the seat
@Captain Anderson, That interesting. Where does the printer print the code? I don't think I've ever noticed it before.
@AlwaysDownvotesAnime, it’s a security feature. About 100 models of laser printers have a pattern of 8x15 dots on the paper (I don’t know where exactly, I didn’t see it in the report), and they’re tiny. The articles authors had to break out a 60x microscope to see them, and they’re faint even then.
You can find the reports for more info if you like from this article: “Tracking printers to fight crime” NYT
This is a low blow