It happens all year long but it really gets kicked into high gear during the holidays. Well you know what your parents always told you when you were a kid, (at least mine drilled this into my head) "if it doesn't belong to you, keep your hands to yourself."
Apparently there are a lot of people's parents that didn't tell them that or the more likely scenario, they were told but chose to not listen and just become awful human beings as adults.
The fact that there are so many individuals who in their brain think it's ok to see a package or packages on a stranger's porch and just help themselves to it is beyond me but sadly that's the case and Washington just happens to be one of the worst states in the country for these "porch pirates", people that scan neighborhoods looking for packages on porches and simply swiping them.
Even with so many people having ring cams and security systems, these package thieves are just running up, grabbing packages and running off and quite frankly, it's a disturbing and disgusting trend.
This woman was like. "nope" when she caught this porch pirate red handed but this can be a risky move because there are a lot of nut jobs in the world.
NOT ON HER WATCH 🤚🏼This Denver woman caught a porch pirate in the act and got her package back. Tonight at 5 on @KDVR she fills me in on the interaction and who you should be looking out for. pic.twitter.com/oQitho4JTl— Nicole Fierro (@FierroNicole) January 18, 2021