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Someone wearing a TV as a helmet dropped off more than 50 old TVs at random people's homes in Virginia

Someone wearing a TV as a helmet dropped off more than 50 old TVs at random people's homes in Virginia


Someone wearing a TV as a helmet dropped off more than 50 old TV s at random people's homes in Virginia

Residents of Henrico County awoke to a bizarre mystery over the weekend, but police don't believe there was anything malicious about the deliveries.

Many local residents called the police to report the odd deliveries, but officers recycled the old electronics without incident.

This past weekend more than 50 people in Virginia awoke to find old tube televisions left on their doorsteps, sparking a bizarre mystery in Henrico County.

the strange delivery-person simply drops the TV off facing the front door, and briefly waves at the camera before walking off.

that they wouldn't be investigating the situation any further, since the deliveries didn't appear to be malicious. This isn't the first time Henrico County residents have received a surprise TV delivery; last year a smaller batch of about 20 TVs was dropped off at a group of houses in the Glen Allen area of the county.

for more reactions from the Henrico County residents.

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