Top 9 Surveillance Videos of the Week: Man Denied Alcohol, Destroys Store
Other top surveillance videos of the week include a gas station shootout, a young girl chased by a coyote and more.
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In this week’s Top Surveillance Videos…
Surveillance footage from a gas station in Hollywood, Fla. shows a pickup truck pull in followed by two men approaching the counter.
The men attempt to purchase alcohol, however, the clerk senses that the duo is already intoxicated and refuses to serve them.
Not happy with their service, the men knock products off of the store counter. One of them continues to trash the store by clearing the shelves and knocking Red Bulls out of the fridge.
The clerk attempts to get the license plate of the truck as the suspects drive away, but one of the men jumps out of the truck and beings assaulting the clerk inside the store.
Drink responsibly, folks!
Also this week…
A woman in San Francisco was in the middle of opening the door to the lobby of her apartment building when a man suddenly assaults her.
She kicks him as she hangs onto the door and he pulls her down. The concierge of the building comes running to her rescue and helps the woman get in the building.
However, the door does not close all the way and the man attempts to get in. After a brief tug-of-war between the women and the man, the door is eventually closed and locked.
Make sure to check out the rest of this week’s top surveillance videos which include a tornado destroying a pizzeria, a thief stealing from an elderly woman and more.
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