YouTuber Live Streams Himself Taking A Poop On Nancy Pelosi's Driveway
A YouTuber filmed himself appearing to have a poo outside the property of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and livestreamed it.
The man, who refers to himself as Armando, turned up to Pelosi's San Francisco home, set up a camera and walked across to the driveway.
He looks as though he's saluting to the viewers who are watching before pulling his trousers down and getting into a squat position.
After a few seconds, he stands back up straight, pulls his kecks up and strolls back over to the camera, looking like he's leaving behind a little something on the pavement.
He can be heard telling viewers: "That was for President Trump," and captioned the video: "Poopalosi". He later shared another video which was called: "I'm going to need a lawyer."
In the latter clip, he said that he was detained by the Bay Area Rapid Transit Police at the request of the Capitol Police department.
The man told The New York Post how the incident began with a joke from commenters on his livestream, explaining that he's part of a community that creates 'IRL' (in real life) videos which show long stretches of unfiltered daily lives.
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He then said that he started the channel when he found himself living on the streets six years ago and wanted viewers to see what it was like for him.
He went on to explain how, because of coronavirus-related lockdowns, he'd found it difficult to use public bathrooms or go into restaurants.
According to the 28-year-old, he began the clip as a way of protesting against a lack of resources for people living on the streets while people such as Pelosi are able to live their lives fairly unchanged.
When he spoke to The Post, he said: "I'd been hunting for a toilet all week, and the joke came up in the comments on one of my streams that 'Hey, you should take a crap at Pelosi's house'.
"Everyone was enjoying the idea of it, and eventually I just couldn't hold it anymore."
He went on to say that what he did is 'not something I'm particularly proud of,' before saying that he doesn't hold any ill will towards Pelosi or anyone else but does hope that his 'peaceful protest' will inspire people in power to provide more resources for the homeless.
Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Lifes Mavrek
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