33-year old Nicholas Johnson of Port Richey, FL was arrested for slap and glue fixing damaged cars.
Johnson would use PLAY DOH to patch damaged cars. He started by roaming around his neighborhood looking for cars in need of body work. He then offered to fix them for the owners. After he was paid, he would use play doh to make it look like preliminary body work was done, promise to return the next day to finish, and never show up again.
He was charged with retail theft and scheming to defraud. Hopefully, all his victims have had official body work done now and got the play doh off of their cars!
My only question is, does it really work as a temporary fix? I've got some dings in my car in need of a cheap repair!
Source: Business Insider, Photo: Pasco County Sheriff's Department