Non Car-Pos Mentis: Late for your grand theft auto court hearing? Just steal a Lexus SUV.

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The “Non Car-Pos Mentis” column covers logic-defying news stories that blend cars and really, really stupid people.

From San Anselmo, California comes a stupefyingly moronic tale of a San Francisco hairstylist who was charged with stealing a Lexus SUV he drove to court the day a jury was to decide on his conviction in a separate auto theft case. That’s right. He drove a stolen car to a court hearing about another car he stole.

Police were attracted to the SUV in the courthouse parking lot after bystanders noticed several Yorkshire terriers moving around inside of it with windows fully closed. They later spotted the man approaching the stolen Lexus with keys in hand.

As for the case he was being tried for? Yep, he was convicted of stealing a $125K Porsche – most likely a 911 Turbo. Oh and to top it off, he was also charged with animal cruelty for leaving the terriers inside the Lexus during his hearing.

The dude might be an automotive kleptomaniac, at least he has good taste. Most hairstylists do.

NOTE: Sources close to the story note that the above pic does not fit the description of either the suspect or the canines. The stylist’s hair was much darker and longer, and his skirt far shorter.

Here’s the full story.

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