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Funny: British police really want to ban hoverboards

Ever since the release of the now popular “mini segways” otherwise “self balancing hoverboards” British police aren’t to keen to have Britons riding around on them. In the case of one shoplifter after some Lucozade, perhaps, police are going to amp up their anti-hoverboard efforts.

According to the BBC,  police reportedly released footage of a supermarket theft that occurred in September. The suspect (which later turned out to be some 19-year-old kid)  promptly rode into said supermarket, grabbed some Lucozade (that’s Gatorade for the Americans reading this) and promptly rode out.

Within 24 hours of the release of the footage, the young gent turned himself in.


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