Lost Key or Bike Thief: What Would You Do?

One young woman gave Kelly the benefit of the doubt, she said, because of his race. "I remember thinking young, white men don't usually carry burglary tools," said Bisa Washington, an African-American woman.

Washington's friend Adrienne told Quinones she assumed he worked for the park and wasn't a thief.

"Our thoughts were, well, if he had been black or a person of color, the police would have been called in immediately," she said.

Would parkgoers' reactions change if our thief was African-American? Or what if the thief was an attractive female?

Find out what happens on "What Would You Do?" Friday May 7 at 9 p.m. ET.

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