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Tesla Motors‘ electric, self-driving cars are already a thing of beauty.

But after Tesla’s stock price increased after hours on Wednesday, a San-Franscisco vandal felt the car would look even better with some celebratory spray paint.

Silicon Valley recruiter Morgan Missen shared a photograph of her neighbor’s vandalized Tesla on Twitter Wednesday. The expensive car was involved in what she felt was the “most San Francisco crime ever.”

A vandal tagged the car with its after hours stock price, Missen wrote when she posted a photograph of the tarnished Tesla. Read more…

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