Sport Motors has been operating as a family business in Ontario, Canada for ten years, with 23-year-old Moe Alkaissy having the worst experience of his career as a dealer so far.
a CBC The BMW M4 was reportedly shown to a good-looking young man who first asked the young dealer to start the engine (on the grounds that he could hear it) and then, under the pretext of making a private phone call, also requested permission to let him land in the car.
Mustafa Al-Qaisi, the shopkeeper, told her brother, Mo, that the man said he wanted to consult his parents because it was a huge expense – more precisely, it could have been. at that moment,
As the unsuspecting Mo stepped in front of the car to that point, the man pressed the gas and drove off with a BMW, hood on top, with the dealer.
The somewhat horrific scene was captured by car dealerships and several surveillance cameras in the area. They covered more than a kilometer at speeds of over 100 km / h, ignoring the red lights as well.
The thief wanted to push Moe to the pole, and the dealer finally fell off the hood after a sharp bend, and it wasn’t out of luck that he didn’t get into a silver Audi, which was definitely driving faster than he was allowed, which the police suspected could have been Dealing with it is a crime.
He gave it to the London Free Press In his interview Al-Qaisi revealed that the newly graduated al-Muh had not worked since the accident, which led to injuries and the inability to walk. “I would like to draw your attention to the situation so that it does not happen with other deals. The car can still be replaced, but human life is not.” pointed out.
In addition to the police, BMW was also notified of the accident, but the classic 2018 M4 has not been reported since, which is the last time the vehicle gave a GPS signal from north of Toronto, which is about two hours from the dealership.