Thursday, April 26, 2012 at 4:00 am (Updated: April 26, 4:03 am)
HILLVIEW - You may have heard people talk about flipping an inappropriate hand gesture to others.
But, there is another form of flipping which is becoming popular in northern Bullitt County.
Hillview police chief Glenn Caple called it “flipping.”
Simply put, it is where a group of people walks down the streets flipping the door handles of vehicles.
If the door is unlocked, they will get inside and take whatever they can grave. If it is locked, they move on to the next vehicle.
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