Christchurch thief steals smartphone but neglects to disconnect Dropbox account – Hilarity ensues

steveTwo Saturdays ago my S3 was nicked from my friend’s doorstep (in Mairehau) while we were inside. Wasn’t signed up to Samsungdive nor did I install one of those tracking apps (yeah I ****ed up). Looked everywhere couldn’t find it, accepted it was gone, life went on…

So the other day I log into my Dropbox account to get some old photos and discover the scumbags had been using my camera. And being from the lower half of society, they obviously haven’t yet figured out that the photos are being uploaded to a website where I can still check them out. So far they have taken about a half dozen photos of some bagged up weed, and there’s also a video of someone driving a 4WD down some street.

My plan is to not do anything for the time being and just wait until they take photos of them or their mates so that I can give the police something they can actually use.

Here are some of the photos the thief took   




If you recognise any of these scrotes, drop me an email with the details and I’ll send it on.

You may have seen them in the first video with what looked like a Molotov Cocktail?

Here’s a video of it being used.  (towards the end)

H/T: kgdl, Source: GP Forums

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