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Woman caught on dash cam keying the bonnet of a stranger’s Audi

Dash cam footage has captured the moment a woman keys the luxury Audi of a complete stranger for the sixth time since February.

Father-of-two Evan Hansimikali posted the footage to his Facebook profile and said he was furious, frustrated and disappointed by the cowardly stunt.

Mr Hansimikali, who lives in Sydney’s affluent Dover Heights, told Daily Mail Australia he installed the dash cam after the fourth incident in an attempt to catch the culprit.  

Dash cam footage has shown the moment a women keys the car of a complete stranger for the sixth time in a single month

‘We have captured her the last two times,’ he said. 

‘The police have the footage and an address from a friend who believes he’s seen her outside her apartment block.’ 

The two clips show the unidentified lady casually strolling past the front of Mr Hansimikali’s car before putting the key to the bonnet, barely breaking stride as she does so.

The two clips show the unidentified lady casually strolling past the front of Mr Hansimikali's car before she put the key to the bonnet

The two clips show the unidentified lady casually strolling past the front of Mr Hansimikali’s car before she put the key to the bonnet

The first video shows her doing it at night and the second during the day as she passes his Dover Heights home. 

Mr Hansimikali said he believed he was being targeted at random. 

‘We are not parked over the foot path,’ he said.

‘The rangers and council allow the majority of our street to park in their driveways as long as there is room for pedestrians.’

Mr Hansimikali said he has footage showing people walking their dogs past his car with no issues.  

The car is brand new car that he and his family bought just 3 months ago, the keying started in February

The car is brand new car that he and his family bought just 3 months ago, the keying started in February

The damage is significant enough that he needs to get parts of the car replaced, Mr Hansimikali said he expects the costs of repairs to be in the thousands

The damage is significant enough that he needs to get parts of the car replaced, Mr Hansimikali said he expects the costs of repairs to be in the thousands

The car is brand new car that he and his family bought just 3 months ago, the keying started in February. 

The damage is significant enough that he needs to get parts of the car replaced. 

‘Well the whole bonnet and front right light need repairing,’ he said. 

Mr Hansimikali said he expects the costs of repairs to be in the thousands.

He also said when the culprit is caught he intends on pressing charges and seeing repayment for damages caused to his new car. 

‘We work hard to get ahead and its shocking that someone would vandalise and maliciously damage someone else’s property for no apparent reason,’ he said.  

Friends of Mr Hansimikali commented on the post with shock and disgust with one calling it ‘outrageous’. 

‘What the hell is wrong with this person?!,’ another wrote. 

Mr Hansimikali said when the culprit is caught he intends on pressing charges and seeing repayment for damages caused to his new car

Mr Hansimikali said when the culprit is caught he intends on pressing charges and seeing repayment for damages caused to his new car

 



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