A BRIDE has spoken out about how her hen was ruined after a thief broke into her AirBnB villa in Spain and the hens lost £50,000 in cash and belongings.
The chickens, who wish to remain anonymous, documented the Costa del Sol incident on TikTok.
In the first episode, the women documented the devastation they left behind after realizing their home had been broken into, including the contents of 13 suitcases scattered across the villa’s floor, beds and wardrobes.
The video, titled “13 girls robbed in Marbella by a Cuban gang and police refused to help,” shows a hen walking through the house and saying, “Everything’s gone.”
Listing stolen items, the young woman explained that her designer clothes and trainers had been stolen, along with at least £50,000 worth of cash and belongings from the chickens.
Another episode shows the young women talking to the local police after the burglary.
The next morning, after a visit to the police station, the young women found they could use the stolen AirPods to track their stolen items.
Users can locate their lost AirPods using the Find My app on their phones, which displays the device’s last known location on a map.
Police are said to have told the young women to go to the site and look around, but to contact officers if the situation with the suspected perpetrators escalated.
The group of thieves included a squatter and a man who is part of a “Cuban gang,” according to the chickens.
A video showed the moment the situation escalated when one of the men was seen using bolt cutters.
The young women said they were physically assaulted after police left them alone at the scene.
The man they suspect of breaking into their mansion tried to flee after police spoke to him, the chickens said.
The young women whose passports were stolen during the home invasion claimed they had no news from local police.
Their passports were mysteriously returned and placed under the group’s rental car, they claimed.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6356924/hen-do-ruined-burglars-stole-50k-airpods-track-down/ My hen was ruined when thugs stole £50,000 from our Airbnb – but I used my AIRPODS to track down the thieves