Man has car mirrors’ parts stolen at wedding ceremony
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Ha Ngoc Trung had two wing mirrors’ parts worth VND15 million (US$750) stolen when attending a wedding reception in Hoang Gia restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City’s Thu Duc district last Sunday.
Ha Ngoc Trung standing next to his car whose two wing mirrors had been tampered and expensive parts inside had been stolen Photo: Tuoi Tre
According to Trung, he parked his Audi Q5 car in front of the restaurant and paid the security guards VND25,000 (US$1.2) as safekeeping fees before going inside.
When he left the party, he found the two wing mirrors on his car had been tampered and expensive parts inside had been stolen.
“They only took some parts instead of breaking the whole wing mirrors. They must have had plenty of time to do this. Why didn’t the restaurant security guards see this?” wondered Trung.
Similarly, another guest lost a wing mirror on his Toyota Camry. The restaurant managers had agreed to replace a new mirror for him.
Police in Tam Binh ward, Thu Duc district, were called to the scene to resolve the problem.
Currently, Trung has yet to finalize a deal with the restaurant managers on compensation and temporarily withheld VND20 million (US$1000) from the wedding reception’s payment.