Avengers: Endgame Star Chris Evans Speaks Out Against Package Theft

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Marvel's Captain America lives by the code so when someone breaks the rules of the United States Postal Office, we know that he would be against it.

After NBC Los Angeles reported that former NASA engineer/YouTube star, Mark Rober "spent six months combining GPS tracking, cameras, fart spray and glitter in an elaborate and amusing mechanism after discovering thieves had stolen an Amazon delivery from his doorstep," Chris Evans, who's best known for playing Captain America/Steve Rogers in Marvel films, saw the news on Twitter, and shared his thoughts about it.

"I love everything about this," Evans tweeted, "Also, people who steal packages are absolute garbage."

We definitely agree, Cap. People who steal packages, especially during the holiday season, are considered true villains of this world.

Rober uploaded the video on December 17 and it shows how Rober "connected four phones to a GPS-connected circuit board inside an Apple box. Once removed from a home by a would-be thief, the geo-tracking would alert Rober while also triggering the phones to begin recording and uploading footage to the cloud." The video has already 8 million views.

Watch Chris Evans as Captain America in Avengers: Endgame which is set to release in theaters on April 26, 2019.


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