An angry mob burned a driverless taxi in San Francisco’s Chinatown 19:19

In San Francisco’s Chinatown, a group of people surrounded a Waymo driverless taxi, painted graffiti and set it on fire. In this respect reports San Francisco Standard.

The incident took place on Jackson Street on Saturday evening. The unmanned Jaguar taxi was not carrying passengers at the time of the attack; The previous customer had already gotten out and the car was heading towards the next customer.

Meanwhile, the robotaxi was surrounded by an angry crowd, so the car had to stop. People covered the car with pencils, then one of the young men broke the windows of the Jaguar with a skateboard. Fireworks were then thrown into the cabin, creating a flame and completely destroying the car. All that remained was the charred base of the corpse.

The reasons why people decided to destroy the car are not reported. The police hope to find and punish those responsible, as the process was recorded in photos and videos and published on social networks. Last weekend, the arrival of the Lunar New Year was widely celebrated in San Francisco’s Chinatown.

A man in Krasnoyarsk before burnt a neighbor’s car whose girlfriend went to visit.

What are you thinking?

Source: Gazeta


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