Egyptian man captured subsequent to broadcasting face during robbery

The hoodlum as he made his break from the scene

Egyptian web-based media clients have hailed a man who unintentionally broadcast his face to huge number of individuals while taking a writer's telephone as "the coolest cheat in Egypt".

Mahmoud Ragheb, a correspondent for the news webpage Youm7, was livestreaming a report via online media when the criminal drove by on a motorbike and held onto his phone.

Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)
Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)

The broadcast then, at that point, uncovered the youthful criminal's face as he dashed away from the scene nonchalantly smoking a cigarette.

Police have since declared his arrest.

According to Youm7, the occurrence occurred on a scaffold in Egypt's fourth-biggest city, Shubra Al-Khaimah, where Mr Ragheb was giving an account of the eventual outcomes of a 6.2-size tremor that shook portions of Egypt.

Mr Ragheb was recording the extension when his telephone was gotten generally from his hands by the anonymous cheat. When the camera had quit shaking it uncovered the essence of a youngster smoking a cigarette and really looking at somewhat anxiously behind him to check whether anybody was in pursuit.

Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)
Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)

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However, there was little compassion toward the fearless journalist's situation, with most online media clients focussing on the hoodlum's casual attitude as he grabbed the telephone and kept on pulling on his cigarette as he made his escape.

One client remarked that they had "kicked the bucket from chuckling," while one more addressed why the man had tried looking behind him while "the entire world is watching you".

More than 20,000 individuals were watching the livestream when the robbery occurred and as per figures on Facebook, the video has since piled up more than 6.2 million perspectives and 45,000 remarks in somewhat more than 24 hours.

Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)
Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)

Sadly for the cheat, broadcasting his face in this way made it moderately simple for specialists to find him. The Ministry of the Interior declared final evening that it has kept him.

In an assertion, the service said that the man is "jobless" and that he has since offered the taken portable to a trader.

Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)
Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)
Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)
Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)
Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)
Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)
Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)
Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)
Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)
Egyptian Thief Steals Journalist's Phone During Live Broadcast (Pix, Video)