Originally posted by psyfive
he said that he pulled the can out from under the seat while it was spraying.
One would think, that when removing a spraying, punctured can of paint, you'd get it out of the car, AS FAST AS POSSIBLE, without trying to put it above the steering wheel and seat.
Also, the guy would've likely noticed it as soon as he heard the sound, which would probably mean a SMALL puncture hole, not a gaping big one. If it was small, there would've have been GLOBS of paint on the steering wheel, there would have been an even coat. And look at the drops on the back seat: most of the drops are circles. Stuff going at an angle doesnt leave a circular droplet. Now, if the can sprayed onto the ceiling, that would suggest the can had two punctures in it, one pointint twards the steering wheel, and one twards the roof, or, the guy fumbled around with the can.
I still say it's fake.