In this week’s Top Surveillance Videos…
Tactically, there is little advantage, if any, to breaking into a house in the nude. This is a bizarre scenario that we have already seen once before earlier this year.
The latest instance occurred, of all places, in the upscale L.A. neighborhood of Bel Air. The footage begins with someone screaming at the suspect through her camera to get out of the house.
We then see footage of the suspect taking a dip in the pool and wandering around the house in the buff. Eventually, he finds some clothes to put on and is confronted by a homeowner.
The homeowner tells him to leave but the suspect insists that it’s actually his home. The homeowner would end up escaping the home by jumping off a second floor balcony onto a car to call the police. When the police arrived, the suspect also told them it was his home. It turned out he was homeless and got in via a garage door opener he found in a car.
Also this week…
A disturbingly decent amount of electric-powered transportation devices such as scooters and hoverboards have been caught on camera igniting and even exploding due to their batteries.
The latest incident comes from inside an occupied home that shows the hoverboard begin to smoke before exploding. At one point a child runs by right as the device explodes, but luckily escaped any serious burns.
Make sure to check out the rest of this week’s top surveillance videos, which include a brazen shooting, the theft of a French bulldog and much more.
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