On Sunday morning in Henrico County, Virginia, dozens of residents woke to find old TV sets dumped on their lawns. One person reviewed their home security footage and reported the following:
"It was a guy dressed in a jumpsuit with a TV for a head," said Adrian Garner. "It’s the weirdest thing. He squats down, puts the TV there and walks off. It’s really weird."
“We have a team of officers out here working together, collecting the TVs. We’re upwards of 60 TVs so far," said Lt. Matt Pecka of Henrico Police Division.
Pecka says the culprits could face charges of littering on private property or illegal dumping, but some residents recognize the absurdity in the situation.
“A Busy Day in the Yard,” superimposed security footage showing an entire day in two minutes. (via Geekologie)
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