Transcript for Texas Plumber Sues Car Dealership When His Used Truck Found Driven by ISIS
Next tonight, imagine seeing the pickup truck you sold to a Texas dealer show up overseas, being driven by Isis. A plumber from Texas, suing after receiving his truck, only to have it, along with his logo and his phone number, end up in the hands of terrorists. Here's ABC's David Wright. Reporter: A plumber's truck is his buildboard, so, what happens when that billboard turns up on the front lines of a war zone? My secretary called me, said, you can't believe this. Reporter: Mark Ober holdser of Texas city, Texas, was out deer hunting a year ago when he got the call from the office that Isis fighters in Syria were tweeting out shots of his black Ford f-250, now sporting a serious new gun rack. I was shocked. Reporter: He says when he sold the truck in November of 2013, the dealer told him they'd remove the decal so not to risk scratching the paint. But evidently, they never did. According to carfax, the vehicle was auctioned off a month later in Houston. From there, it went to Turkey before ending up in aleppo, Syria. Those photos turned up on his yelp page. The plumber says he got death threats and suffered a serious loss of business. He's suing the dealer. I believe I've lost that much work. Reporter: The dealer blames the auction house, noting it's unfortunate that the customer had to go through this. David Wright, ABC news, new York.
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