Funny! A car thief trapped when BMW Remotely Locks Him Inside the Car.

This scenario actually took place in Seattle, a city in Washington where a car thief probably was thinking that his god buttered his bread when he stumbled upon a BMW 550i with the keys left inside. After entering the car, it automatically locked Him inside until the police came and got Him.

According to the report from city of Seattle's website, the BMW's owner had just gotten married the previous day and loaned the car to a friend. Around 5 a.m. last Wednesday, the owner realized the car was stolen and called the cops.

Officers contacted BMW corporate office, which was able to track the vehicle to a certain location on the street. When officers pulled up on the block around 5:45 AM, they found the BMW parked in an alley, still running, with a man asleep in the driver's seat. Officers roused the suspect, who quickly, but unsuccessfully, tried to drive away. Police arrested the 38-year-old man, and found he was carrying a small amount of methamphetamine.
Although Methamphetamine is not medically used, it can be prescribed by a doctor to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and other conditions.

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