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TikToker catches moment woman ‘steals packages from outside her home’ before saying ‘I was handing them to you’


A TIKTOKER has captured the moment a woman allegedly was caught stealing packages from outside her home.

The footage shows the suspected thief saying “I was handing them to you,” but some of the parcels are already inside her bag.


A woman was allegedly caught stealing packages from the couple’s home[/caption]


The pair dubbed the alleged thief “Karen”[/caption]

The clip that was shared on TikTok, was taken in Auckland, New Zealand by a couple who confronted the woman after she was allegedly caught red-handed.

The duo, who branded the alleged thief a”Karen” can be heard asking her to put the packages on the ground.

The woman, wearing a black face mask, is visibly annoyed and responds: “I’m handing them to you, what’s the problem?”

The pair then tells her they will be passing the footage on to the police so the woman starts hurling the items towards them.

When asked about a package she had placed inside her bag to which she replies “good one” before reluctantly returning it.

The short clip ends with the woman swearing at the couple and giving them the finger before walking away.

TikTok users were left in shock with the woman’s attitude.

One commented: “Report her to the police… these type of people have no empathy.”

Another one said: “The cheek of her to give attitude after being caught red-handed.”

Last month a mum who got fed up with thieves stealing her parcels went to great lengths to revenge them.

TikToker Destiny Marin revealed how her mum pooed in an Amazon box and left it on the doorstep alongside a note that read: “eat s***”.

CCTV footage captured a man in a baseball cap taking the parcel and putting it in a bag.


The woman reluctantly hands over the parcels[/caption]

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