A bugattic electric appliance in Florida was found to have been sold on a Florida pawnshop, authorities said.
Authorities said in a news release Monday that the owners of the home in Miami Beach bought the appliance in 2016 from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services for $3,000.
They then sold it to a pawn shop for $1,200, which the department said was more than they paid for the appliance.
A few days later, the pawnshop notified the owners that the appliance had been found, and it was taken to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to be inspected.
It was determined that the owner had not kept up with his insurance and it had been stolen.
The owner of the appliance was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a stolen appliance.