FAIL: Watch The Moment Carjackers Realize They Can’t Drive Stick
Two teenagers were jailed without bond on carjacking charges after trying to steal a car at a gas station in Germantown, Maryland, over the weekend. The teens were forced to flee on foot because they couldn’t figure out the vehicle’s manual transmission.
Surveillance footage shows the teens, aged 16 and 17, yanking the driver from vehicle, then entering the front seats. As they puzzle over the controls, the car remains motionless for about 20 seconds because they couldn’t drive a stick shift. Then they get out and run off.
“Unable to drive a manual transmission, the juveniles exited the vehicle and left the scene on foot,” Montgomery County police said in a statement.
Police officers spotted the suspects nearby and caught them following a short chase.
The teenagers were charged as adults with one count of carjacking and one count of conspiracy carjacking.
Watch the video below.
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