Stephen: Tiny house stolen down under

Some people want to move after their house is robbed. In Australia this week, a woman’s tiny house was moved for her when the entire, 12-foot-tall residence was stolen and relocated a whopping 900 miles away. According to The New York Times, homeowner Julie Bray designed and built the dwelling herself to promote her timber business and was planning to begin mass-manufacturing the unit later this year. Less than 24 hours after it was stolen, a man spotted Bray’s house hundreds of miles away outside Brisbane and alerted authorities. A 24-year-old suspect was arrested on Wednesday. “I’m a bit overwhelmed, but it’s been fantastic,” Bray told The Canberra Times. “If this had happened early next year, it would have been great promotion!” She plans to tow the house back home to Canberra soon.



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