So how does one steal a "tiny home"? The usual way. You back up, drop the hitch on your trailer ball and drive away.
An advocate for so-called green living, Friday and his wife had invested 2 1/2 years and $35,000 into building a tiny home from the ground up.
They had just moved it to a plot of land they had purchased in Spring Branch.
However, someone stole it, leaving behind only a damaged paver driveway they had recently built.
On his blog, Friday wrote: "I'll be completely honest – I didn't even know that a hitch lock was a 'thing' before our house was stolen. I only researched them after the house was gone. I am now WELL aware of multiple forms of security that I hope ALL tiny housers will implement on their own Tiny House builds."
He just face-planted into the reality that most people who live in trailers do so because they're poor, and most poor people are poor because they're scumbags with poor impulse control.