When the police showed up, the smash and robbery of a Louis Vuitton store in San Francisco ended up looking like an action movie-it was all captured by crazy video.
Look at the crazy scene of people looting this luxury retailer in Union Square on Friday. Tons of people flocked to search most of the place. After the window was broken, bystanders found tons of corpses rushing into the front door.
It seems to have nothing to do with any kind of demonstration or similar things-so far, it seems to be a random act of robbery… Once it starts, people will happily take advantage of it.
As you can see…people took some of the items themselves, walked out with a lot of products (big and small), and left all the things casually—though a little briskly— Action-Try to get the hell out of there before the police arrive.
The news is… the person who rushed into the store actually overturned a security guard who was standing guard inside-this LV was closed at the time of the incident-they ran this place. That is, until the cavalry is called…and, boy, are they very hot?
Watching this video, the SFPD police car roared in chaos and peeled in front of a parked open-top Mustang. For whatever reason, it was just relaxing there… and the police apparently thought it might be related to the break-in.
Three police officers surrounded the vehicle and began to smash it with batons…break the windows and smash anything because they asked the driver to get out of the vehicle. In the end, they detained him and handcuffed him-but it is unclear what, if any, this person might have anything to do with what happened a few feet away.
In any case, the police seemed to have reason to believe that the car contained a potential culprit-because the authenticity of their raid was shocking.
In any case, the consequences of all this are a mess… The glass was scattered everywhere, and witnesses walked around and filmed everything. As for the police, they told the local media that they had arrested several suspects who they believed were involved in the theft.
We know that the holidays are stressful…but, people…take it easy! ! !