Instead, the talented engineer (who has some of his work on a goddamn Mars rover) created one of the most technically impressive prank packages of all time. Just in case the thief wanted to keep the glitter bomb, he equipped it with a fart spray mechanism that sprays the gas smell five times every 30 seconds.
Ah, glitter. As South Park's Eric Cartman once said, it's the herpes of the craft world.
Mr Rober's YouTube post detailing his plan was sponsored and some online questioned whether the thieves were real or hired actors, but the engineer told the Washington Post all the footage was genuine.
"If the thief wasn't in such a hurry they'd see that the package is actually coming from my childhood hero and the inspiration for this project", joked Rober.
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Frustrated after having a package stolen from his doorway and the lack of any action from the police, Rober chose to take things in his own hand.
Meanwhile, when the box's lid was lifted, it would set off a can of "fart spray" and a centrifugal motor attached to a cup of glitter, prompting comical responses from the thieves.
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After checking out the security cameras at his home, he found out that indeed a couple had walked by one afternoon and just stolen the package mid-day. You never know what you'll get. But after reporting it to the police who were like "yeah, thanks for the security camera footage but not much we can do, bud", (not a direct quote, but you know), he chose to do something about it. Yet the Federal Bureau of Investigation doesn't keep national statistics of the crime.
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Numerous businesses receiving threats claim the emails demand money in bitcoins and included the subject line "Think Twice". The Penticton RCMP responded to bomb threats at three major auto dealerships this morning.
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