The heist of a Louis Vuitton store in San Francisco ended up looking like an action flick when the police arrived – and it was all caught on a crazy video.
Check out this savage scene of people trashing the luxury retailer in Union Square on Friday, with a ton of people pouring in and looting the place for almost everything it had. Passers-by saw tons of bodies flooding the front doors after the windows were smashed.
It doesn’t seem to be related to any type of protest or anything like that – so far it seems to have been some random act of looting… which people have happily taken advantage of once it was underway.
As you can see … people helped themselves to a number of items inside, walked out with armfuls of produce (large and small) and casually – albeit a bit quickly – walked away of all the action – trying to get the hell out there before the police arrive.
Word is… the people who stormed the store actually pushed a security guard standing guard inside – this LV was closed at the time of the incident – and they fled. . That is, until the cavalry was called … and, my boy, did they go up in flames.
Check out this video of an SFPD police car roaring in chaos and peeling in front of a parked convertible Mustang that for some reason was just chilling out … and that the cops apparently thought there was something thing to do with the break-in.
Three policemen surround the vehicle and begin to pulverize it with their batons … smashing windows and smashing everything they can as they ask the driver to get out of the vehicle. Eventually they detain him and handcuff him – but it’s unclear what involvement, if any, this person may have had with what was going on a few feet away.
Either way, it looks like the cops have reason to believe this car was carrying potential culprits inside, as the ferocity with which they rushed is quite shocking.
Either way, the aftermath of it all caused a hell of a mess… glass strewn all over the place, as witnesses walked around and videotaped everything. As for the police, they told local media they had already apprehended several suspects who they said were involved in the theft.
We know the holidays are stressful … but sheeeesh, people … take it easy !!!