Melbourne businessman films stranger urinating on his BMW

Businessman films the sick moment a stranger URINATES on his $80k BMW because he 'can't find a bathroom' - before forcing him to clean the tyre and admit what he did to passing cops Leo Alhalabi caught the stranger relieving himself on the back tyre of the BMW  The 24-year-old asked if he chose the $80,000 vehicle 'because it's a nice car' The  stranger, who parked behind the M4, revealed he 'hasn't got a bathroom'

By Charlotte Karp For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 23:48 GMT, 26 January 2021 | Updated: 00:22 GMT, 27 January 2021

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A young businessman has shared footage of the disgusting moment a stranger urinated on his $80,000 BMW. 

Leo Alhalabi caught the stranger relieving himself on his car's back left tyre outside a property in Melbourne on January 14.

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The horrified digital marketing guru, 24, confronted the man, who had parked his white Toyota behind the flashy M4 in broad daylight on the quiet suburban street.

'Why did you park specifically here to piss on my car? Is it because it's a nice car?' Mr Alhalabi asked the man, as seen in a video he shared on Instagram. 

Pictured: Businessman Leo Alhalabi, 24, with his prized BMW M4 at a petrol station

Pictured: Businessman Leo Alhalabi, 24, with his prized BMW M4 at a petrol station

As the stranger stuttered and stumbled through his replies, Mr Alhalabi probed further, asking: 'Why piss here?'

'I was just pissing there because I haven't got a bathroom,' the man replied.

Mr Alhalabi stifled a laugh and said: 'You don't have a bathroom so you piss on my car?'

Pictured: The stranger urinating on Mr Alhalabi's $80,000 BMW in mid-January in Melbourne

Pictured: The stranger urinating on Mr Alhalabi's $80,000 BMW in mid-January in Melbourne

Mr Alhalabi confronted the stranger in the street and asked why he drove up to the expensive vehicle to relieve himself

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Mr Alhalabi

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