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Guy Catches Two Women Stealing His Stuff
Guy Catches Two Women Stealing His Stuff

Some guy was at New Smyrna Beach, Florida with his family on Friday, just south of Daytona Beach.  And at one point he left to put his kids down for a nap.

Then when he went back to get their stuff, two women who look to be in their 50’s were trying to STEAL it, including a big canopy that was set up for shade.

But instead of yelling at them or calling the cops, he started shooting video with his cell phone . . . and asked if they needed HELP taking the canopy down.  So they asked if he knew how to fold it up, and he explained that he did . . . because it was HIS.

At which point they tried to pretend it was all a big misunderstanding, and he said he’d let it slide if they just left.  But instead, one woman tried to grab his phone, and he started laughing at her.  Then the video cuts out.

But according to the guy, one of the women then threatened to assault his JUNK before they both eventually walked off.  And he decided not to press charges.

Watch the video (WARNING:  He says the S-word at :47.)

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