Porch pirates face justice from glitter bomb vigilante

Porch pirates face justice from glitter bomb vigilante

Porch pirates face justice from glitter bomb vigilante

In a video posted on his channel, the 38-year-old, who helped design the USA space agency's Curiosity Rover, said his engineering experience left him well-placed to "take a stand" after dismissive police left him feeling "powerless".

Rather than just using a spring loader to blast the porch pirates with glitter, Rober built an intricate device that quickly spins, flinging large amounts of glitter all over the thieves' cars or homes. See the unbelievable reactions of several thieves when they get blasted with fabulosity and FART SPRAY (above)!

Ah, glitter. As South Park's Eric Cartman once said, it's the herpes of the craft world.

Rober documented the process on his YouTube channel in a video sponsored by private network service provider company NordVPN.

That someone according to Boing Boing is former NASA-JPL engineer/current science YouTube star Mark Rober and "he ain't playing nice". But Mark Rober's glitter bomb trap for package thieves proves it can be a bit messy, too. It starts spinning when the thief opens the box. A can of fart spray is included that would knock out a small herd of elephants, as it sprays five times every 30 seconds.

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The package was left on Mr Rober's porch addressed to "Kevin McCallister" - the boy played by Macaulay Culkin in the 1990 movie Home Alone.

A security camera still frame of one of the thieves stealing the camera trap bait package.The camera trap capturing one of the thieves getting blasted by fart spray.

Rober - whose accomplishments include spending 9 years working for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, not to mention creating a dartboard that moves to hit a bullseye - ultimately engineered the sophisticated bait package that contained four smartphones to record reactions from every angle.

'Not only is it not cool, but on the plus side, you'll never find yourself in this situation'.

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