When they open the stolen "package" it sprays them with a fog of fine glitter and five squirts of fart spray.
We also love that the creator chose a particularly amusing return address: the McAllister home from "Home Alone".
Ah, glitter. As South Park's Eric Cartman once said, it's the herpes of the craft world.
"Something needs to be done to take a stance against dishonest punks like this", Rober said in a now-viral YouTube video.
If he couldn't recover the package, the video would at least automatically upload to the cloud.
"I challenge anyone who thinks packages don't get stolen to put a cellophane-wrapped HomePod box on their porch and leave it there day after day and see just how honest people are", Mr Rober told The Post.
A security camera still frame of one of the thieves stealing the camera trap bait package.The camera trap capturing one of the thieves getting blasted by fart spray. In the video, Rober says: "No joke you can clear a room with one spray of this".
"The moral of the story is just don't take other people's stuff", he said.
'Not only is it not cool, but on the plus side, you'll never find yourself in this situation'. But after reporting it to the police who were like "yeah, thanks for the security camera footage but not much we can do, bud", (not a direct quote, but you know), he made a decision to do something about it.
When engineer Mark Rober got his packages stolen, he turned to the police for help. However, authorities have been slow to respond and the Federal Bureau of Investigation now keeps no national statistics on the issue. He spent seven of those years working on the Mars Curiosity Rover. He's been posting videos on YouTube since 2011.
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