Pink's Husband Carey Hart Warns Wildfire Looters Writing "Will Be Shot On Sight" On Instagram
Singer Pink's Husband Carey Hart Warns Wild Fire Looters In An Instagram Post
- Pink's husband Carey Hart has warned the wild fire looters.
- The 43-year-old former motorcycle racer took to his Instagram on Tuesday saying the looters will be shot on sight.
- Approximately 250,000 people have been evacuated from Southern California over the weekend after the Woolsey fire broke on Thursday.
- The Ventura County Sheriff told in a statement on Tuesday that several groups of law enforcement officers are deployed to control the robbery from the homes while 2 people were arrested by Tuesday evening.
Hundreds of looters have been taking advantage of the California wildfire while thousands of family have evacuated to the safe place leaving their properties at their homes.
Meanwhile, singer Pink's husband and former motorbike racer Carey Hart has warned the looters through his Instagram post. On Tuesday, 13th November, Hart took to his Instagram warning the wildfire looters and encouraging the victims where he wrote the looters "will be shot on sight."
"It's unfortunate that some people take advantage of others in a crisis," he captioned his post which featured a black and white photo of a group of armed men. He further wrote,
While the Malibu fires have been burning, some locals have been fighting off and defending their property against the fires. There have been sightings of looters breaking in to homes. Well, if you are a looter, think twice if you are heading back into Malibu. Looters will be shot on site! P.D.C Posse.
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Some fans appreciated Hart's move, while others called him out as the residents recently went through a heinous shooting which killed 12 people. The shooting took place on Wednesday night at Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks.
The Woolsey Fire in Southern California has torched approximately 435 buildings and forced around 250,000 people over the weekend. The Ventura County Sheriff's Office announced on Monday that it was dispatching groups of law enforcement officers in the evacuated areas.
Two people were reportedly arrested for looting in Ventura County.