Man Builds Cage For Car

A car in a cageA Chinese man has built a cage for his car to stop thieves kidnapping parts and demanding ransom money.

Mr Zhang, of Jilin city, says his car's computerised engine management system was stolen twice.

"Each time I found a note clipped under the wiper, with phone and bank-account numbers," he said.

Each time, Zhang had to wire 500 yuan (£35) to get the part back.

He has now built a cage to keep his car safe outside his home.

Source: Ananova
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Platypus said…
In other words, he built a garage that just happens to have more windows than most.
Spluch said…
That would be another interesting way of looking at it...