The American Mark Rober, who worked as a NASA engineer, designed an explosive trap to retaliate the various thieves repeatedly they stole the packages like Amazon He left his portal.
Given the police's inability to catch the criminals, Rober spent six months, making his smart bomb camouflaged in the box of an Apple HomePod. The bomb consisted of a GPS, four "smartphones" whose cameras would blow the thief, a spray with the smell of flatulence and glitter.
Rober – who worked for nine years in the US spacecraft and helped shape the rover-modified box of curiosity so that when the lid was lifted, some leaves would spread the glitter in all directions. But that's not because a dirty syringe also impregnates the space with an unpleasant aroma.
For your invention, the engineer is inspired by Kevin McCallister, starring the movie "Solo en casa", played by Macaulay Culkin, and included the actor's name on the box's fake delivery label. "If the thief was not in a hurry, I would see that the package really comes from my childhood hero and inspires this project," Rober joked.
The video that included Evildoers reactions to glitter explosion, went viral and since its publication on December 17, it already has more than 6,800,000 views.
Thieves who steal packages from other people's doors are a growing problem in the United States. According to a survey conducted by the housing security company Xfinity Home and quoted by CNBC, 30% of Americans say they have suffered losses or theft of orders.
"The moral of history is that you just do not have to steal others' things," says Rober.