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There is a knock at your door and two men claim to be the hotel’s room inspectors. One waits outside while the other comes into take a look around. While you’re distracted, the first thief slips in and takes valuables left on a dresser.
Snatch & Grab Hustle
As travelers with suitcases wait for a cab, a man rides by on a bicycle, slices the strap of a seemingly random woman’s purse, and rides off with it. As the sympathetic travelers drop their bags to give chase, an accomplice swoops in and attempts to make off with the abandoned booty.
You see a good-looking woman arguing with a street vendor. The vendor accuses her of shoplifting, which she vehemently denies. To prove her innocence, she starts taking off her clothes — very slowly. Once she’s down to her underwear, the vendor apologizes and she leaves. Suddenly all the men in the crowd find out that their wallets have “left,” too, thanks to a team of pickpockets working during the show.
Taxi Money Switch Scam
You’re paying a fare with a 50 dollar bill. The driver drops it on the floor and switches it to a 5 dollar bill, which looks very similar. He then argues with you that you’ve shortchanged him.
Young and convincing “art students” befriend you on the street and persuade you to visit their school’s gallery, where you find yourself getting a high-pressure sales pitch to buy overpriced, third-rate work being passed off as art.