A Texas mother has become an internet sensation after her 13-year-old son stole her new BMW – and she made sure he wouldn’t get away with it.
Liza Campero tweeted a hilarious thread that followed her mother’s reaction to finding out her brother Aaron had taken her new car to his girlfriend’s house.
Campero, of El Paso, revealed that Aaron had disconnected the Wi-Fi in the house so their mother ‘wouldn’t be able to see her cameras’.
Aaron then went off to show off the brand new set of wheels to his girlfriend.
‘He’s out joyriding with his friends so we’re out here in the streets looking for him, starting at his girlfriend’s house,’ Campero said in a Snapchat to her friends.
Campero then began to document the ordeal on Twitter, revealing that her mother made her bring a belt to ‘whoop his a**’.
In the next clip, Campero’s mother can be heard discussing where her son is with another mother.
‘He’s on his way back to the house,’ one mom can be heard telling Campero’s mother.
‘Well he’s in so much trouble because he and Isaiah live on the same street,’ she responds.
‘The moms are all snitches,’ Campero wrote in a Snapchat caption of the video, which she later posted to Twitter.
Campero then films her mother calling her father and telling him about everything that happened.
After she hangs up the call, Campero’s mother spots her brand new BMW driving through the streets.
She rolls down her window and screams ‘Pull over now!’
As Aaron pulls to the side of the road, Campero’s mother stops the car and tells her daughter ‘give me the belt’.
She then walks over to her car and opens the door before repeatedly whacking her son with the belt.
Although Aaron was swiftly grounded, Campero revealed to her followers that she was able to convince their mom to let him take his girlfriend to homecoming.
He even made a sign to ask her that featured pictures of his mother screaming at him in the BMW.
But his romantic gesture was foiled when the girl’s parents texted Campero’s mother and said they wouldn’t allow her to go to the dance with him.
The Campero family is definitely getting attention though, with posts about the hilarious incident being shared more than 38,000 times on Twitter.
Campero said it wasn’t the first time Aaron has taken one of the family cars, but she believes it’ll be his last.
‘Won’t be the last,’ one Twitter user chimed in. ‘As long as there are girls to be impressed of the consequences.’
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