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Rober tested the box out, and recieved a notification while he was at work that the glitter bomb box had been taken.
After having numerous packages stolen directly from his front porch, a YouTuber and engineer chose to take matters into his own hands by creating a fake package which, when opened, covers the thief in glitter and fart spray.
The police at the time told him there wasn't much they could do about it, he said. He custom-build a package loaded with the glitter that not only shoots up, it shoots OUT, too!
Not content with recording someone in the act, the package, which is made to look like it contains one of Apple's expensive HomePod speakers, hurls a ton of glitter using a spinning tub that Mark created, all while repeatedly spraying out fart gas.
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The box contained a Global Positioning System locator and accelerometer that triggered the phones to start recording when the box was moved, and when opened, released the glitter along with an automatic can of "fart spray".
A custom circuit circuit board will check the Global Positioning System location of the package when it's moved from the porch. But there's more! The package also includes. a Global Positioning System tracker and four hidden cameras.
After thieves take the package, the phones record footage of the thieves getting glitter bombed, which is hilarious.
The video posted on Monday has received more than 6 million views on YouTube.
"The moral of the story is, just don't take other peoples' stuff", Rober said.