Most of us have come to realize that many of our daily movements are caught on camera, somewhere. Photographic and video evidence is usually available to back up, or refute, almost any accusation.
When a Toronto-area resident dropped his BMW M2 off at his local Canadian Tire in Markham to get his winter tires swapped out, he discovered a dash cam can become a nanny cam. So did the technician, who appears to take the sports car out for a workout — arguably not even part of a regular tire swap work ticket.
In footage collected by the car owner's dash cam, it's revealed that Teddy Technician decided to have a little fun; the car is caught on its own video going 112 km/h in a residential area with a 40 km/h limit, making hard launches off stop signs, and cutting off other traffic.
Even though the driver had a head's up warning from a colleague about the existence of the camera, the urge to idiot was just too strong. After the complaint was lodged, Canadian Tire said
the technician lost his job and the police have been notified.
But who is actually to blame here? Put on your judgy-pants.