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Oh, trust me...the teen wasn't the owner. He didn't even look at me after the car rolled away, he just jogged off. The car luckily jumped a curb down the road and was stopped by a tree. I did phone the sheriff's department, the deputy took my info and the description of the teen. Haven't heard anything else about it nor did I see the owner (luckily).
By Delanto / Thursday 6 February 2014 16:54 / United States
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By  Delanto  |  7

Oh, trust me...the teen wasn't the owner. He didn't even look at me after the car rolled away, he just jogged off. The car luckily jumped a curb down the road and was stopped by a tree. I did phone the sheriff's department, the deputy took my info and the description of the teen. Haven't heard anything else about it nor did I see the owner (luckily).

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By  SgtAssCheeks  |  21

It's the intention that counts!

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  SgtAssCheeks  |  21

I was thinking that exactly... OP couldnt have known it was the owner (unless he knew who the car belonged to) or if it was a vandal. OP simply did his good citizen duty and helped someone out. FYL, OP.

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  cyttex  |  13

Not I sound like a prick but you think you would notice something odd about this situation

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  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

I wish OP secretly did know what they were doing. I can't imagine the kids reaction when someone actually helped trash the car. It's ok, OP, your cover story will get out of this jam. "Helping people", psh, who does that nowadays?

By  Nilorak  |  24

That's a shitty situation.

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  SgtAssCheeks  |  21

Incoming waves of downvotes in 3... 2...

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  Nilorak  |  24

On your own comment too!

By  pnutzmckracken  |  3

You helped a vandal and most likely trashed the car is your name bad luck Brian? You should call the authorities your only saving grace would be that you had good intentions.

By  perdix  |  29

Well, now you're a vandal, too! Many criminals don't choose a life of crime, they just get pulled into it. Are you going to choose a theme for your career like The Joker or The Green Goblin? I've got dibs on The Farter in case I get tired of my legit job.

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  aire101  |  16

Do you pay taxes on your earnings? If not, then Sorry, it's not legit.

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  jo0owe  |  9

you do know that getting paid under the table is not legal.

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  junkman6  |  22

#51 you do know most people don't care? When your upper middle class worker pays more taxes than someone who makes a few million a year and games the system to pay almost nothing in taxes. We all know The systems broke, so no ones gonna think twice about not declaring some under the table money.

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  poncho55  |  40

#52, of course we know people don't care. Of course there are plenty of people who "game the system". But there are still those of us who know it's dishonest to "game the system" and we have a conscience even though the tax system sucks. Too many people lack integrity. I suggest you Google that word since it seems it may be unfamiliar to you. Bring on the downvotes.

By  AFCCT  |  7

You'd think a car thief would have a better plan than to push the stolen car away...

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