Thieves Steal Trainers Worth $13,000 But They Were All For the Same Foot | “Left-Foot Robbers Are on the Way”
Three thieves in the central Peruvian city of Huancayo sneaked in to steal sneakers but forgot to put the right foot forward. The robbers entered the shoe store and stole over 200 trainers, except they were all of the 'right foot.' LOL, fools.
Based on the store owner's calculation, the shoes cost over US $13,000, and the geniuses would face hardship selling one pair of sneakers. A lucrative heist turned unprofitable in a stroke of hilarious rotten luck. The store's security camera captured the burglars. The footage showed three thieves breaking the padlock of that shoe store's shutter in the middle of the night, reported BBC. The surveillance camera also caught the bumbling trio entering the store and using a tricycle to carry the shoe boxes from several brands. A tricycle, wow! Hilarious.
What a disastrously funny robbery it turned out to be! It was utter foolishness on their part to not realize the missing shoes. Although the burglars haven't returned yet after the mishap, police are confident they'll soon be discovered. While speaking to Peruvian media, police chief Eduan Díaz said, "We have gathered evidence at the scene. With the footage and the fingerprints, we will be able to locate those individuals." As BBC posted the story, Twitterati couldn't hold back their hysterical responses. A Twitter user, @DavidWo20846504 commented, "Left-foot robbers are on the way." @ke_moetapele wrote, "Don't know whether to laugh or cry."
Police are now looking for a bunch of one legged thieves hopping along merrily!🤣🤣— Douglas Mathews (@Douglas72626000) May 4, 2023
They can cross their leg and take a pic and brag about their cool shoe— AZ Dirt Rider (@dec081980) May 4, 2023
Since we are on the topic of robberies, another bizarre incident happened in Toronto, Canada. It involved a heist of 20 million dollars of gold and valuables. This particular robbery was presumed to be committed by a professional gang. A big shipment of gold and other pricey items went missing from the Toronto Pearson International Airport on Monday, April 17, 2023. Inspector Stephen Duivesteyn commented on the incident and told the reporters that a plane carried high-value cargo goods and its contents were unloaded and taken to a holding facility.
Inspector Duivesteyn explained, "An aircraft arrived at the airport in the early evening. As per normal procedure, the aircraft was unloaded, and cargo was transported from the aircraft to a holding cargo facility. Sometime later, the container was 'removed by illegal means' and was reported missing." The Greater Toronto Airport Authority said in a statement: "As this is an active police investigation, we are unable to provide any comments regarding the matter at this time."
That robbery was a right steal 🤣— Desi Daddy (@fattydaddy03) May 4, 2023
Although we have no other information about this robbery, we are wondering about the poor trio who made a spectacle of themselves. Unless they pre-booked a one-legged clientele, they would be doomed.