Video play-by-play of a Seattle vandal armed with a mop cleans up in the comedy department

Right here’s some Friday web recommendation for you: Skip the memo, and go with the mop.

An apparently intoxicated gentleman armed with the enterprise finish of a mop tried unsuccessfully to interrupt into a pickup truck parked in a lot at KIRO Radio in Seattle. And in a technological win for radio — there’s video.

Higher but, the almost two minutes of black-and-white surveillance footage will get a play-by-play for the ages from KIRO persona John Curley. As the man repeatedly bangs the mop deal with towards the driver’s-side window of the truck, stumbling in the course of, Curley counts the hits.

The video is headed to 1 million views on Twitter and has been retweeted virtually 18,000 instances.

Final night time we captured surveillance footage of a vandal attempting to interrupt in to at least one of our worker’s automobiles in our car parking zone. Whereas the suspect remains to be at giant, we took the liberty to have John Curley give his play-by-play of the incident.

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— KIRO Radio 97.3 FM? (@KIRORadio) February 1, 2018

“If you happen to’re counting at dwelling, that’s 14 blows towards the window with the mop,” Curley says. “Raining blows down upon the window! 1! 2! 3! …”

The person ultimately offers up on the truck and ultimately tries to climb onto a small rooftop close by. He falls off and lies immobile in the car parking zone as the video wraps with Curley saying “any person get some salmi and cream cheese and rub it throughout his face!”

We’re undecided if that’s a Curley tackle famed Seattle Mariners announcer Dave Niehaus’ traditional rye bread and mustard calls.

Regardless, KIRO mentions in the Twitter feedback that the vandal acquired up about 17 minutes later and walked off. The video footage was solely reviewed by an engineer in the morning, so the station had no phrase on what occurred to him.

Fly, fly away, mop man.


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