Security cameras at the Stamford, Conn., property show a man attempting to steal what employees describe as “the worst cart at the golf course” on multiple occasions. Employees refer to the golf cart as “Frankenstein,” because “it keeps coming back to life—you can’t kill it.”
Employees at Sterling Farms Golf Course in Stamford, Conn., are dumbfounded by multiple attempts to steal a golf cart there, the Norwalk, Conn.-based News 12 Connecticut reported.
Many of the attempts have been caught on camera, including the most recent incident that happened March 15. The latest video shows someone driving up in a Ford F-150 pickup and trying to tie the car to the truck. The man apparently realizes the rope is too short, so he backs up and tries again. But the rope snaps, and the man drives away, News 12 reported.
Police say it happened around 11:30 p.m. in front of Zody’s, the restaurant at Sterling Farms that uses the cart for maintenance runs. Restaurant employees say they’re amazed that the cart, which they say is the worst one on the course, is repeatedly targeted, News 12 reported.
The cart is now chained to a rock and lacks a steering wheel. Zody’s workers say the cart had about $1,000 worth of damage done to it. Employee Luke Lomanto refers to the golf cart as “Frankenstein,” for its apparent ability to keep coming back from the dead, News 12 reported.
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