Back in 2011, American celebrity chef Guy Fieri had his prized Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder stolen. At the time of the robbery, the story was being talked about all around the world largely because the assailant managed to pull off the theft completely undetected. Now we know why.
New security vision has been released showing the 16-year old repelling himself into a luxury car dealership in San Francisco. He then crept through a window and the robbery was underway. After grabbing the keys, Max Wade, hoped in the car and swiftly drove it out of the dealership. Prior to the theft it has now been revealed that Wade had searched how to disable the auto-theft locking system while also searching how to pick locks. What’s more, he even searched for “mission impossible repelling” which turned out to come in handy on the night of the theft.
Appearing as a seasoned veteran, he spent 15 minutes walking around the dealership without a second thought. Not long after driving off in the Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder, Wade managed to steal license plates and fit them to the Lamborghini. After the theft, he was so brash that he drove the car around the streets and even posted selfies of him sitting in it!
Ultimately, the car was returned to Guy Fieri and following this theft and another instance of attempted murder, Max Wade is now serving a life sentence.