After having had many packages stolen directly from his porch, a YouTuber and engineer decided to take things in their own hands by making a fake package that, when opened, covers the thief in glitter and freshness Sprayer
Although Mark Rober had video footage of the theft, the police refused to say it was not worth its time to follow up , especially as this type of activity nails quite dramatically around this time of year. Instead, the talented engineer (who has some of his work on a divine Mars rover) has created one of the most technically impressive praise packages of all time.
It contains a GPS to track the package, four smartphones to record all that happens, a motorized cup filled with nice glitters that spin when opened and a box of spray sprays released five times in thirty seconds. But the cherry on top, the people, is the fake packaging label, which said it was sent by Home Alone s Kevin McCallister from the address of the house itself the film was filmed in. Bueno.
It's actually insanely impressive to see how everything fits and works, not to mention the reactions of those caught in their amazing but smelly way. Check everything out of the clip below.
Ah, glitter. Like South Park s Eric Cartman once said, it's the herpes of the handworm.
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