Source Pravda.Ru

A thief stole a bus and worked as a driver

A man stole a city bus in Great Britain, but he was driving it on its usual route, and the passengers did not have any suspicion that there was something wrong.

The thief was selling tickets, but he took that money away with him afterwards, though. After he finished his “job,” he left the bus several kilometers far from the garage of the transport company, which owned the bus.

The director of the company believes that the guy was a skilful driver, since he knew to route very well, and all the stops, and none of the passengers complained. The police hope to find that man, since there were cameras in the garage.

Translated by Dmitry Sudakov

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