This unusual video was filmed in the Western part of Australia, in remote Kimberley.
The camera was initially placed near a crocodile meat trap but was found by a ranger days later in a river, 110 kilometers south from where it was stolen.
GTA style all the way! (starts getting out of control at 1:40)
For the story: the guy driving the SUV, which he stole, rear ended a cab on Belmont Avenue in Chicago but refused to stop and tried to flee. The cabbie tried to block him, which led to what you see in this video.
What you won't see though, but will be glad to learn, is that the SUV driver was arrested later after crashing into a tree.
He was quickly found by the police as he lost his papers in the store.
The would-be thief chose the wrong place to commit a crime…
The war veteran here is Jon Lewis Alexander, 54, a man who served four tours of duty in Iraq during his 30 years in the U.S. military, he is also a former prison guard and private investigator.
What a clever orangutan, look then what he does with his trophy
This iPhone was stolen in the UK and has ended up in Iraq.
All done within a minute
Of course, UPS denied this happened… until they saw this video…
2 Norwegian guys downloaded an app that imitates sounds of rabbits in order to get closer shots of the fox they previously noticed not far from them. They activated the app and put down the phone to record the whole scene with another phone. I guess they didn’t expect what was going to happen... (rest of the story inside the post, after the video)