19 December, 2018
"I felt like something needs to be done to take a stand against dishonest punks like this", said Rober in his video entitled "Package Thief vs. Glitter Bomb Trap."The video, which was sponsored by NordVPN, has so far received more than 4 million views since being posted on December 17, 2018".
Rober, who worked for NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) for 9 years and whose work is now being driven around by the Curiosity rover on Mars, says he was inspired to do something after a couple was caught on his security camera stealing a package from his doorstep.
Rober, himself a victim, spent six months developing a baited box that blasts glitter and fart spray on would-be thieves when they open their surprise.
Mark Rober took matters into his own hands when police wouldn't do anything about the packages stolen right off his doorstep.
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Several different thieves had a massive amount of glitter and fart spray dumped all over them and their surroundings.
It's a fake package that covers the thieves in glitter and a horrific odor. Remember the great way he foiled the robberies of Harry and Marv? Oh, and it included multiple phones that would record the thieves reactions and upload it to the internet.
The Youtube video has been watched over 8 million times since it was uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday by Mr Rober.
"The moral of the story is just don't take other people's stuff", he said.