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Video Shows Thieves Using Anti-Lock Device to Steal Car in Less Than a Minute

Whether you are a car enthusiast or not, you know this is very alarming.


Unlike before, cars nowadays are deemed a necessity more than a luxury. It lets you move from one place to another without having to experience the burden of commuting. Apparently, buying a car is just the first step. You have to go through periodic maintenance and, more importantly, ensure its safety against thieves.

But despite how advanced a modern car can be, these filthy individuals still have the means to steal your precious vehicle. In fact, this “modus operandi” is perfectly displayed in a video that recently got viral. The footage shows two thieves trying to steal a Mercedes-Benz Sedan – and it only takes them less than a minute to finish the job.

These two scumbags managed to steal the car in less than a minute.

Source: DailyMail

We all know that vehicles now have power door locks. It is a system that enables you to lock and unlock the doors – by pressing one button – without using a key. And whenever someone tries to forcefully enter, the alarm system goes off.

In the video, however, the thieves can be seen utilizing a workaround that allows them to connect to the signal of the car key. And it actually works. The system thinks that it is being opened with the actual key when, in reality, it is not.

One of them is holding the device that hijacks the car’s power lock system.

Source: DailyMail
And voila! They are off to go.

Source: DailyMail

What is even alarming is the fact that they managed to gain entry in just a short period of time. As soon as one of them gets inside, the car is seen revving. Soon enough, the two left like nothing happened.

Fortunately, there are two ways to counter this event. One is to keep your car key away from the door or near the vehicle as much as possible. Second is to place it inside a metal box to block the signal coming from the thieves’ device.

Check out the full video below to see how things went.

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Mom Warns Against Crowded Places After Son Acquires Hand, Foot And Mouth Disease (HFMD)

Parents, be extra careful in letting your kids go to playhouses and other crowded places.

As parents, we all need to be extra careful with everything we give our children simply because we want them to be healthy and safe from certain diseases. However, we can't guarantee that we can protect them at all times - since pathogens or disease-causing microorganisms are literally everywhere.

For parents who are fond of bringing their kids to the mall, daycare centers and playhouses, be wary about them being infected with various contagious diseases such as chicken pox and influenza or flu, among others.

A mother from the Philippines is warning other parents against bringing their children to crowded places, especially playhouses in malls and shopping centers. These places are always packed with people from all walks of life - which may include those who are currently harboring disease-causing pathogens.

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Woman Suffers Severe Burns Because Of Essential Oil Diffuser

Emily Smith, 24, suffered chemical burns because of her oil diffuser.

There was a time that oil diffusers adorned almost every home in our attempt to relieve ourselves from stress.

24-year-old Emily Smith shared her terrifying experience with an oil diffuser warning others to be careful when using them. Smith was diffusing a blend of undiluted patchoili oil and other oils in her home in London to alleviate stress.

Emily Smith, 24, suffered chemical burns because of her oil diffuser.

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Japanese Woman Confessed She “Disposed” Her 4 Kids In Concrete Buckets

She kept the secret for the last 20 years.

A 53-year-old Japanese woman surrendered to the police saying that she “disposed” her four babies in buckets filled with concrete she kept in her apartment for years. She said that she was bothered by what she has done over the years.

Mayumi Saito was arrested for placing four newborn babies in buckets of concrete between 1992 and 1997. Earlier this month, Saito went to a koban (police box) and confessed to her crime. Police went to her apartment and found four buckets packed with concrete inside a large cardboard box placed in a closet. An image analysis confirmed that buckets contained human bones.

Mayumi Saito may have been overwhelmed by guilt over the years because of her crime.

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