Woman accused teen of stealing phone, but she left it in an Uber

December 29, 2020 / 51K views

Some lady in New York City falsely accused a teenage son of a jazz musician named Keyon Harrold of stealing her cell phone. She went into full tirade mode, nearly getting physical and throwing a rage fit, but then it turns out she left her phone in an Uber. Well, that was a big oops because her spasm was caught on video and it went viral quickly.

From NBC News:

A video showing a woman in New York City falsely accusing the 14-year-old son of jazz musician Keyon Harrold, who is Black, of stealing her phone that she left in her Uber has gone viral.

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The incident took place on Saturday in the lobby of Arlo Soho, an upscale, boutique hotel in New York where Harrold and his son, Keyon Harrold Jr., were guests, the hotel said.

Harrold shared a minute-long video of the encounter on social media on Sunday. In the video, the woman can be heard accosting the father and son, yelling, “Show me my phone!” A man in the video who identified himself as the hotel manager can also be heard asking to see Harrold Jr.’s phone.

“Are you kidding me? You feel like there’s only one iPhone made in the world?” Harrold said in response. Before the video cuts out, the woman appeared to approach Harrold, prompting the jazz musician to scream: “Get your hands off!” Harrold said he did not know who the woman was or how to contact her, but was told by the hotel that she was a guest at the hotel earlier in the week. He added that the hotel told him she retrieved her phone after an Uber driver recovered it later that same day.

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What a freaking disaster this turned out to be. I lost my phone in an Uber once too. Make sure you always have that "where's my phone" app turned on, it's really a great help!

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