Watch: Tesla's sentry mode catches vandals' vile act on camera
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Since the introduction of Tesla's Model 3 to the world, countless anti-Tesla vandals have been exposed on the internet thanks to the inbuilt security camera system dubbed 'Sentry Mode'.
While we've seen the cameras produce the standard keying and kicking footage, this video takes things to the next level, as a Model 3 managed to catch the offender peeing on another example that was parked across the street.
Like other Sentry Mode videos, the high-definition camera catches the vandal's face, as well as other identifiable aspects, so authorities should have no trouble identifying and catching him.
According to local reports, this video was taken in London's Hackney earlier this week. The original poster of the video mentioned that he posted this video with the intention of catching the "idiot" who stars in the video.
Tesla's Sentry Mode works by using motion sensors to trigger a set of cameras that are located around the vehicle. A camera is mounted upon each wing mirror looking backward, another is in the front bumper, and a fourth sits above the number plate at the back.
Thanks to a small percentage of the public's distaste for the American EV brand, Sentry Mode captures are almost its own genre of videos on the internet, with hundreds of offenders getting caught in the act.