Queensland man goes viral for offloading on thieves in video

A dad’s frustration at skyrocketing crime in his neighbourhood has boiled over in an excellent rant caught on digital camera.

Steve Lee “offloaded” in a serious approach after recognizing a automotive stuffed with younger males pull up exterior his neighbour’s home in Bridgeman Downs, north of Brisbane, at about 2am on Wednesday.

“Oi motherf*****s, get the f*** out of right here”, Mr Lee could possibly be heard saying in safety footage, yelling down on the males as they began strolling up his neighbour’s driveway.

His bellowing voice echoed down the road and instantly despatched the bandits right into a panic.

“I simply noticed purple as a result of I’m simply so sick of it, like everyone else is, and I simply offloaded on them,” Mr Lee advised information.com.au.

“They usually simply s*** themselves. The motive force went to take off with out his mates, then the door was locked, it was one factor after one other.”

The realm has been focused repeatedly in latest months, with a number of automobiles and houses within the suburb focused by thieves.

“They’re simply all the time out and about,” Mr Lee stated.

“I believe it’s simply of these areas the place there’s nicer properties they usually’re assuming that ‘in the event you can afford a pleasant automotive, you’re going to have nicer jewelry and money’.”

Mr Lee’s home is flanked in safety cameras and his automobiles are fitted with monitoring gadgets and immobilisers, however he’s nonetheless growing his safety.

“We’re going to get contact alarms on all of the doorways and home windows, and I’ve simply spent one other $1000 on some additional cameras,” he stated.

All up, he’s one other $4000 for him and his spouse to really feel secure.

“It’s arduous to swallow that that is the day and age that we’re dwelling in the place we now have to spend a lot on dwelling safety due to these grubby who simply don’t care,” Mr Lee stated.

“They don’t care whether or not you’re dwelling or not at dwelling, or in the event you’ve received children … it’s not powerful going into somebody’s home armed, that makes you a coward.”

Mr Lee’s video has gone viral on social media with hundreds of individuals sharing and commenting on the clip.

“If it provides folks amusing and it ridicules them [the men] a bit, then good, however you may’t cower away. I’m actually not backing away from bringing mild to the topic,” he stated.

“I’m not permitting folks into my home the place my spouse and son are, and what I’ve busted my a** for.”

Mr Lee stated it was outrageous that the issue had develop into so extreme that locals had no alternative however to spend hundreds on dwelling safety and private safety to maintain themselves secure.

“1000’s of individuals now have gotten to the purpose the place we’re left with no alternative.”

Hold the dialog going, e mail brooke.rolfe@information.com.au

Initially revealed as Queensland dad applauded for ‘gold’ response to would-be thieves