Man Has Tesla Key Implanted Into His Hand

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If you're tired of constantly losing your car keys, check out what this guy in Detroit did.

Brandon Dalaly got a chip implanted into his hand that allows him to unlock and start his Tesla.

Now, all Dalaly has to do is walk up to the vehicle, wave his hand, and the door will unlock. The implanted chip will also start the car from inside.

Dalaly claims he is not a Tesla superfan but admits he's always been a tech enthusiast and wants to be on the cutting edge of technology.

"You can't lose your hand, so you'll always have a way of getting in your car," Dalaly said.

Dalaly also has a chip in his other hand that allows him to unlock the front door to his house.

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