Former NASA Engineer Pranks Package Thieves with Stinky Glitter Bombs

Former NASA engineer Mark Rober, who also runs a successful YouTube channel, recently had lots of troubles with package thieves. With the help of surveillance cameras, he saw that packages left for him by delivery companies would occasionally get stolen by unknown individuals. Tired of getting his stuff taken, Rober decided to devise a little prank that would also serve as a good lesson for the thieves.

He engineered a little box that releases tons of glitter when opened while also spraying stinky stray every 30 seconds. In order to witness the reactions of thieves, he installed four smartphones into the box as well, which would start recording immediately after the box opens.

If you want to see how this “anti-theft” package works and how did the thieves react to it, watch the video below.