So a person pulls into a busy parking lot in a nice sports car. They get out of the car and lock it, but leave the keys on the hood of the car. Ultimately, the person is away from the car for 5 hours. Upon returning, the car is missing, and eventually it is learned that it was hijacked.
Did the driver deserve to have their car stolen? No.
Was the thief innocent or justified in stealing the car? No.
Do I think the driver should be denied assistance with their problem? No.
Was the driver highly culpable in their car being stolen? Yes.
Do I think it's fair to expect an adult to not make that mistake? Yes.
Do I think this should be a learning experience that will prevent the driver from reapting it? Yes.
Based on my answers, do you think I'm being fair? Do you think I can be accused of blaming the victim?