Robert Cisneros bought his truck about a month ago. Since then, some very odd things have happened.
It all started about 2 weeks ago with some landscaping bricks.
"It wasn't like they stacked them up and said here's your bricks," Cisneros said. "They actually put some time. They made it look really nice around the tree."
The problem is, Cisneros didn't order any landscaping.
No one in the neighborhood could figure out how the bricks got around the tree.
The landscaping kept the Cisneros, his family, and his neighbors guessing. That is, until Thursday morning when they all found out exactly what the bricks were doing there and the 4 reasons the thieves needed them.
Most of the lug nuts were on the lawn, but [the] wheel wells on Cisneros' truck were empty and his wheels and tires were gone. It was a screwy set of circumstances that taught the Cisneros family and their neighbors a lesson.
The lesson? That there is no such thing as a free lunch, and no one will landscape your lawn for free. Beware of sudden gifts.