Watch: This Man Took A Huge Dump On Pelosi's Driveway On Livestream
Oh no, you read that right. If you came to see the man who took a huge dump on Pelosi's driveway-you came to the right place. If you are easily offended by what the man describes as a 'peaceful protest' for the unfair treatment of California's residents you might want to move on to the next article.
New York Post reported that the YouTube star who filmed himself defecating on the driveway of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco residence said he did so as a “peaceful protest” — but admitted it was a “joke that got out of hand.”
The man, who identifies himself as “Mando” on his online channels and requested to have his last name withheld for fear of retribution, told The Post that the incident started with a joke from commenters on his livestream.
The 28-year-old said he’s part of a niche YouTube community that creates “IRL” or “in real life” livestream videos chronicling long stretches of unfiltered daily life.
This was a personal protest, the Post explained. Mando began the channel after he became homeless six years ago, and hoped to show his viewers the realities of living on the street as he traveled from city to city.
But recent coronavirus-related lockdowns made daily life increasingly difficult, Mando said — especially when businesses are closed to customers and no longer allow people to use their bathrooms.
As a result, Saturday’s livestream video, titled “Poopalosi,” began as a protest against a lack of resources for people living on the streets — while people in power, such as Pelosi, are able to get haircuts and live their daily lives fairly unchanged.
The footage shows a man recording himself defecating on what has been identified as Pelosi's property. He then runs through the streets proudly shouting about his dirty deed to passersby. The video ends with the Youtuber seemingly being arrested for 'defecating on an official's private property'.
Warning: Video contains strong imagery and language. Viewer discretion is advised.
The New York Post reported that someone claiming to be Armando later apologized on Twitter, writing " @SpeakerPelosi I know you may not ever see this but I want you to know, I meant no foul harm yesterday when I did what I did. I'm not proud of it at all and I just would like for you to know that. I have no ill will against you or anyone in an elected officials position."