Eshay’s ‘Fast and Furious’ dreams are dashed as his attempt to rob a Porsche backfires spectacularly in Brisbane.
Two business heroes stopped a group of Eshays from stealing a Porsche.
Tradies Jacob and Connor were working at a house in Indooroopilly, 7km west of Brisbane, when they heard an alarm going off a few doors down.
They spotted three teenagers allegedly trying to rob the house, with a knife-wielding man seen setting fire to the businesses in terrifying footage.
One of the eshays tried to steal the Porsche from the driveway, but the shopkeepers managed to remove the keys before they could drive away.
The eshay asks the shopkeeper to give him the “fucking keys c***”.
“It’s too late, buddy,” the trader replied, walking away from the eshay.
The eshay, who wore a white hood over his face, continued to demand that Connor hand over the keys before finally admitting defeat and fleeing.
The business owner said the men knew something was wrong when they heard alarms sounding and saw the Porsche backing into the driveway.
“So one of the boys, Connor, kind of took out the keys to the Porsche so they couldn’t take off,” boss Travis Kesson told 9News.
“They were able to keep anyone from getting hurt and help people with their belongings, get them back and stop them from burglarizing the house.”
The video shows a man wearing a white balaclava demanding Connor give him the “f***ing c*** keys” after he manages to grab them from a Porsche in the driveway (pictured).
Locals praised the quick thinking of the traders.
“Well done guys,” one wrote.
“The jobs of legends,” says another.
The three teenagers were arrested by police and charged with multiple offenses including attempted break-in into a dwelling and attempted armed robbery.
Business owner Travis Kesson said the men knew something was wrong when they heard alarms sounding and saw the Porsche backing into the driveway.