It‘s not everyday someone dares to step out of line, but when one does, they usually make sure not to get caught. Well, at least take a second to look around for the cameras that might be watching. But surely enough, not everyone is this careful. Some just jump in with their mischief trying to be swift and quick. Just as this man did when keying someone else’s Tesla. Little did he know he should have to think twice before doing that because the recordings from the good old Tesla are what got him into trouble. Scroll down for the whole story!

This guy, Justice Frimpong, posted on Twitter about someone keying his Tesla

After he posted two still shots from the videos, his Tesla’s motion sensor cameras filmed the man keying his car, and the good people on Twitter advised him to look up all the cameras in hopes that at least one of them caught the direction of where the man was coming from and maybe even the license plate of his car.

Following Twitter’s advice, he went to the police with the footage

Who were able to catch the criminal who denied everything at first but when the police told him they have the footage, it jogged his memory

Luckily for Mr. Frimpong, the license plate of the criminal was indeed visible from one camera and therefore he was able to provide the police with a solid lead to the criminal.

Who were able to catch the criminal who denied everything at first but when the police told him they have the footage, it jogged his memory

He said that the man denied all blame at first: “With [the license plate] they were able to find him, and at first, he couldn’t remember being there, but when the cops told him they had the footage, it suddenly jogged his memory. He then confessed and “apologized”…” Frimpong also added: “So, in the end, I talked to my insurance, and he will pay for the damages.” Let’s consider this a happy ending to yet another Tesla keying story and yip yip hooray for the technology of sensor cameras and the kind people of the Internet!