The New York Giants Had Their Cars Robbed While They Were In San Francisco Beating The 49ers
While the Giants were across the country dominating both sides of the ball in a 26-3 win over the 49ers, some of their cars were left a little lighter in an East Rutherford parking lot.
Five vehicles belonging to Giants football players were burglarized and one was stolen from a parking lot at the Timex Performance Center in East Rutherford, N.J., while the team was in San Francisco over the weekend, NBC 4 New York has learned.
The cars were broken into between 4 and 4:20 a.m. The Giants usually leave their vehicles in the parking lot of the Timex Performance Center, which they also use as their main practice facility. The lot, which is guarded by a private security firm contracted by the team, is surrounded by iron gates and watched by security cameras.
According to NBC's report, the stolen vehicle was a 1996 Chevy Caprice (?) belonging to defensive tackle Marvin Austin. Also, according to NBC's report, souped-up versions of '96 Caprices are "popular with sports stars," which is something I did not expect to learn, because this is what a '96 Caprice looks like.
Meanwhile, offensive tackle James Brewer summed up his feelings on the Union's most majestic state.
Only in Jersey can someone be heartless enough to break into my car while we are in Cali making fans proud..geez get your life right in 2012
— James Brewer (@Big_Brewski) October 15, 2012
Get your life right, people.
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