It's a fake package that covers the thieves in glitter and a horrific odor.
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A resourceful NASA engineer used both his industry expertise and some clever creativity to thwart thieves stealing packages from his porch.
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If you've ever been in a situation like this, you just sort of feel violated. And judging by the almost 14 million views of his video after just a day on YouTube, he could give Santa Claus competition in a Christmas popularity contest.
Rober explains that earlier this year, he was notified about a package that had been delivered, but when he went to get it, it wasn't there. It would be GPS-enabled, so he could track its journey once it left his home perimeter. "On every occasion, the thieves abandoned the package once it had been triggered and they or their property had been doused in glitter", BBC News reports. As a result, it launches a pound of glitter in all directions.
"The moral of the story is, just don't take other peoples' stuff", Rober said.
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He worked with friend Sean Hodgins to design the device, which took about six months, USA Today reported.
Rober punked a few porch pirates. Then another. Then another.
Rober created a device that would spray thieves with glitter and fart spray upon opening the package. Many of those responses are unprintable here. If anyone had looked carefully, he or she would have noticed the mocked-up UPS delivery label addressed to "Harry and Marv", a nod to the up-to-no-good pair in "Home Alone". It starts spinning when the thief opens the box. But Mark Rober's glitter bomb trap for package thieves proves it can be a bit messy, too.
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