WATCH: self-appointed vigilante punishes litterbugs


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#2

I always thought “litterbug” sounded too cutesy for people who leave a trail of filth in their wake. I now prefer “trasholes.”


#3

Taping the bottle to the door mirror was a nice touch.

Most of the littering I encounter are idiots throwing cigarette butts out their window. Apparently in Russia it’s acceptable to pretty much drop whatever you have directly onto the street without a second thought.

I wonder if the next step is to literally squat and take a shit right there in the middle of the road?


#4

PedantBot sez: are there officially-appointed vigilantes?


#5

This is completely NOT STAGED of course.


#6

From what I’ve heard, that already happens in China.


#7

Yes.


#8

Who WAS that masked woman?

"Привет-Yo, Серебряный! Гостях!"


#9

Next up: dashcam video of a russan motorcyclist being run over repeatedly.


#10

say what you will, I think this is AWESEOME


#11

It’s like that in huge swaths of the developing world.


#12

Great. Now if she would only come over here and start rubbing the faces of dog owners in their pets’ shit …


#14

…such as US cities. I lived a block from a McDonalds once. It was awful.

In other news: self-appointed vigilante is tautological.


#15

Goodness, I was about to go whole-pedant your pedantry by noting that a tautology is a self-proving statement, not just a redundant one… but it turns out that there are roughly as many types of tautology as there are of irony.


#16

I think actually ‘pleonastic’.


#17

Totally staged. And, if I may, poorly


#18

Wait… did you just use irony to illustrate the irony of tautology? My head hurts.


#19

From the wonderful “The Wizard of Speed and Time”


#20

In Russia, trash dumps on you.

Best. Super. Hero. Ever. Trashperson!


#21

Thanks for sharing this! This was one of my best friend’s favorite movies, but I’ve never had a chance to see it.