Amateur thieves abandon robbery after making embarrassing discovery that ...

Bumbling thieves try to steal car from owner in the middle of the night – but are forced to flee empty-handed because neither can drive MANUAL Two men, one armed with a knife, threatened Melbourne resident in Bentleigh Thieves asked the man to hand over his wallet and the keys to his Hyundai i30  Amateurs fled the scene after realising neither of them could drive a manual car

By Olivia Day For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 04:27 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 04:27 BST, 4 May 2021

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A pair of would-be thieves who threatened a Melbourne man and tried to steal his car were forced to flee the scene after discovering neither could drive a manual. 

A man was parking his Hyundai i30 on Tovan Akas Avenue in the southern Melbourne suburb of Bentleigh around 3:30am on Tuesday when he was

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