Fleetwood Mac-TikTok video man loses $4G in San Francisco automotive break-ins: report
Nathan Apodaca left his rental car in a parking garage – and now he has credit cards, checks, and personal items valued at $ 4,000.
Apodaca, whose viral skateboarding video helped revive a 1970s song called “Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac – while boosting sales of raspberry and cranberry juice – has after a trip to San Francisco and his family experienced a setback last week.
His family lost about $ 4,000 in credit cards, checks, and other personal effects when crooks broke into their two rental vehicles, TMZ reported.
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According to KRON-TV from San Francisco, the crime took place in San Francisco’s Twin Peaks district, a well-known hotspot for robbery.
On Wednesday, city overseer Rafael Mandelman wrote on Twitter that a local reporter in the area was robbed at gunpoint while he was working on a vehicle break-in story.
Oddly enough, it was an earlier vehicle break-in last year that prompted Idaho-based Apodaca to create his “Dreams” video, which KRON says has been viewed more than 80 million times since then.
TikTok star Nathan Apodaca poses after receiving a truck from Ocean Spray on October 6, 2020 in Idaho Falls, Idaho. (Getty Images)
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The video inspired numerous tribute videos – including Fleetwood Mac members Mick Fleetwood, Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham.
After Ocean Spray did a lot of advertising for its juice, he gave Apodaca a pickup truck that he later exchanged for another vehicle.