I’ve heard of shoplifting, but come on. A pair of shoppers in an Oxford, UK guitar shop recently walked right out of the store with a limited edition Fender Stratocaster valued at £1,900 (approximately $3,400) when they replaced the real guitar with a knockoff. PMT Music manager Dan O’Donnell relates the scenario in the Oxford Mail:

The man had what looked like a medium length jacket draped over his arm, which we now know had a huge pocket inside. They then picked up the guitar, put it in the pocket and replaced the Fender on the wall with a cheap secondhand guitar.

That’s some pocket. Read more right here.

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