Again, we all know the importance of electricity for electric vehicles, battery power of which is something that doesn’t last long. And while EVs come equipped with sockets so that they could be plugged in once needed, be careful where you do such since you may be charged for a crime.
Such was the case for a parent named Kaveh Kamooneh who plugged in his EV at an exterior wall socket over in Chamblee, Georgia. Kaveh apparently did not ask permission if he could plug in his car, something he left for about 20 minutes or so. He plugged in his car while waiting for his 11 year old son who was playing tennis.
An officer appeared where Kaveh had plugged in his vehicle, charging him with theft for using the school’s electricity without permission. The equivalent denomination that Kaveh had used was a measly 5 cents.