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Ninja Warrior finalist takes down teenager she claims stole her Nissan Skyline reveals the error

Ninja Warrior star pins down a boy, 15, until police arrive after a group of youths ‘break into her home and steal her Nissan Skyline’ – as she reveals the teenager’s costly error that brought him down

  • A Ninja Warrior finalist pinned a teenager to the ground over an alleged theft
  • Loki Kuroi claimed a group of youths stole her Nissan Skyline from her home
  • Following the incident, she is now calling for harsher penalties for juveniles

A Ninja Warrior finalist has revealed how she pinned a teenager to the ground after he and his friends allegedly broke into her home and stole her beloved car. 

Loki Kuroi, 29, tracked down the youths on Friday after they allegedly stormed into her house in Upper Kedron, Brisbane, and made off with her Nissan Skyline, the Courier Mail reported.

The group allegedly first stole her Christmas presents and electronics, before trying to make a getaway in a ute that was parked her garage – but they couldn’t drive manual.

After the ute slammed into the garage wall, the youths allegedly managed to flee in Ms Kuroi’s Skyline.  

A Ninja Warrior finalist has revealed how she pinned a teenager to the ground after he and his friends allegedly broke into her home and stole her beloved car 

'We drove out there and saw the car down an area of nature reserve, and... people were outside the car. One of them was taking a leak,' the former Ninja Warrior star said

‘We drove out there and saw the car down an area of nature reserve, and… people were outside the car. One of them was taking a leak,’ the former Ninja Warrior star said

Loki Kuroi, 29, tracked down the youths on Friday after they allegedly stormed into her house in Upper Kedron, Brisbane, and made off with her Nissan Skyline (pictured)

Loki Kuroi, 29, tracked down the youths on Friday after they allegedly stormed into her house in Upper Kedron, Brisbane, and made off with her Nissan Skyline (pictured)

‘We’d been to the police station and made a report about the car that some of my mates said they’d seen the car,’ Ms Kuroi told the paper. 

‘We drove out there and saw the car down an area of nature reserve, and… people were outside the car. One of them was taking a leak.

‘I saw they were getting back in so I managed to open the passenger door and drag the guy out. I pinned him on the ground for about 15 minutes while we waited for police.’ 

Dramatic footage obtained by 7 News showed Ms Kuroi – a graphic designer and car enthusiast – pinning the boy on the ground while keeping him in a choke hold.

‘Just crash tackled this f***er,’ she told the camera.  

The boy was charged with assaulting another man but not with theft, according to the paper. 

A Ninja Warrior finalist pinned a teenager to the ground after he and his friends allegedly stole her car

A Ninja Warrior finalist pinned a teenager to the ground after he and his friends allegedly stole her car

Ms Kuroi is now calling for thieving teenagers to be forced to pay back to the community. Pictured is the ute which the youths allegedly attempted to steal before crashing it

Ms Kuroi is now calling for thieving teenagers to be forced to pay back to the community. Pictured is the ute which the youths allegedly attempted to steal before crashing it

An 18-year-old man allegedly involved in the incident was charged with unlawful use of a motor vehicle, burglary, entering a premises, and possession of a dangerous drug. 

Two further teenagers were questioned and one received a caution. 

Ms Kuroi is now calling for thieving teenagers to be forced to pay back to the community.  

She added that the youths should be made to do community service ‘at the very least’. 

She added that the youths should be made to do community service 'at the very least'

She added that the youths should be made to do community service ‘at the very least’

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