Grand Theft Auto Display At Best Buy Prevents Smaller Thefts Of Video Games

grand_theftIt’s not an unusual sight for the hottest new games at an electronics store to be in a secure place, making it harder for baddies to walk off with them. It is ironic, though, to see such a thing for the new game Grand Theft Auto V, a popular life-of-crime simulator.

“I found it quite amusing and ironic that as an anti-theft measure they needed to lock up all the copies of Grand Theft Auto V,” notes tipster Joshua. Duh, the word “theft” is right there in the name!

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