A Stolen Google Bike

Nov 30, 2015 - 7:40 am 0 by
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A Stolen Google Bike

Louis Gray from Google shared a photo of a bike he rescued from the streets of Santa Clara. Supposedly, every now and then a Google bike goes missing or gets stolen. Louis Gray said he saw one few blocks away from his home, with a young 20 year old. He approached him, questioned him and then took the bike away from him to return to Google.

Louis wrote:

I approached him and he remained seated, wearing earbuds in his phone, as I asked him where he got the bike. He ignored me. I asked him again, and he took his earbuds out.

He mumbled, "on the street in Santa Clara."

I told him the bike was a Google bike and that I worked at Google. Could I take it? He didn't have a good answer.

I said, "can I take the bike?", and asked if the drink in the basket was his. It was. I gave him his drink. I took the bike.

Pretty brave to do that and kudos to Louis!

I am surprised someone who steal such a recognizable bike? I mean, really?

Louis posted this on Google+.

This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day column, where we find fun and interesting photos related to the search industry and share them with our readers.

 

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