A man who took his young daughter to an arcade is outraged by allegations that he stole someone else's tablet PC in front of a child.
Yesterday (21st), an article titled 'My Galaxy Tab was stolen' was posted in an online community.
Author A said, "The person who stole the Galaxy Tab that was put on the entertainment device for a while in an arcade on the cultural street of Anseong-si, Gyeonggi-do around 9 pm on Friday the 18th, should surrender now."
Then, Mr. A wrote, "The police came and secured CCTV evidence, and it was transferred to the Criminal Division. Theft is a serious crime that remains with a criminal record even if an agreement is reached. I should not have stolen in front of my daughter.
Mr. A uploaded several photos of CCTV footage inside the arcade along with the article.
CCTV footage showed a man holding a girl's hand and entering the unmanned arcade, found a tablet PC on the game machine and put it in his padding.
The tablet PC that this man took belongs to Mr. A's son, and it is said that it disappeared while playing games on another entertainment machine.
Mr. A pointed out, "There was also a picture of a (man) looking around the CCTV. It's the son's fault for putting the tablet PC anywhere, but he who takes it even though he knows it's someone else's is a thief."
He added, "It's a completely old model, so even if I sell it, I won't even come out with 100,000 won.
Netizens who heard the story raised their voices of criticism, such as "What will my daughter learn from seeing?", "It's pathetic that you shouldn't be a shameful father to your child", "Doing such a thing in front of your daughter".
On the other hand, if you find an unowned item in a store or store, take it and do not return it, it is a crime of theft.
According to Article 329 of the Criminal Act, a person who steals another person's property may be punished by imprisonment for not more than 6 years or by a fine of not more than 10 million won.
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(Photo=Online Community 'Bae Dream')