A North Miami Beach restaurant manager says surveillance cameras outside of his business captured a man putting a GPS tracker on his vehicle.
The footage shows a man bouncing a ball in the parking lot outside Thai House II Thursday night. Once the coast is clear, he is seen kicking the ball and then going underneath the car parked outside the restaurant.
A restaurant employee in a white car notices the strange behavior and zips around to confront him about what he was doing.
After Hong closed the restaurant, he checked under his car and found a GPS tracker. Hong filed a report with North Miami Beach Police, who have also impounded the tracker.
In Florida, it’s illegal to install a GPS tracking device on a car without the owner’s consent. One exception if it’s a marital asset and a spouse decides to track it.
It is a second-degree misdemeanor to put a GPS tracker on someone’s car without a legal reason.