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Twitter Fans Of This Woman Are Calling For Her To Get Sponsored By Ring Because Of The Way She Handled The App

What would you do if you caught someone trying to steal your precious package off of your front doorstep? For many, their first instinct would be to chase the thief away, but what if you aren’t home when the crime takes place?

You think that once your package is left behind by the mail carrier, that it will remain there, patiently waiting for you for you to return. After all, stealing someone else’s mail is a federal crime. Yet, that’s not always the case. Anybody walking near your home can easily pass by and scoop up your packages. You’re left hopelessly searching and asking around if anyone saw your package, even after you received the confirmed delivery notification from the mail carrier.

For Jasmine Le, preventing a burglary was as easy as pressing a button on her smartphone.

Smart Doorbells have gained popularity lately and it’s easy to see why. They add an extra layer of security when you’re not home. Thwarting away thieves away from your door has never been easier.

On Saturday, July 20, a Twitter User who goes by the name Jasmine Le, took to social media to share a video captured on her doorbell camera that shows a woman sneaking towards Le’s home and picking up a Sephora package meant for her.

In the now viral tweet, Le screams at the intruder just as she is picking up the package, “Get out of my house,” as heard via the Ring app.

The mystery woman then drops the package and walks away without ever looking back.

Afterwards, Le can be heard saying, “She dropped it,” clearly upset by the situation.

Le ends the video with her yelling at the intruder to, “Get the f*ck out of my house, you f*cking dumb b*tch.”

Not Today Satan!

The Twitter post received a number of replies, many of which applauded Le for her choice of words.

You have to be fierce when protecting your Sephora packages. Makeup is not cheap.

Twitter users have also praised Le for catching the thief in the act and scaring her at the perfect moment.

According to replies on the Tweet and comments made by Le herself, the Ring app notifies users when someone is near their door. This function is super convenient for when you’re away from home and someone is attempting to steal your goodies from your front door.

This motivated a number of users to want a Ring camera for themselves.

*adding this to the list of things I need, but also don’t need*

You and I both.

Twitter users in the replies urged Le to tell the world more details about her smart doorbell, like where she purchased it and the specifics of the model she owns.

A ver, tell us. We need to know.

According to Le, she purchased her doorbell camera at Costco for $189. You can check it out at your local Costco store for yourself to see what Ring doorbell cameras they have in stock.

On my way to Costco, brb!

Text me if y’all need anything from Costco. Snacks, wine, a smart doorbell perhaps?

If you’re a Costco member, hurry now to your local Costco so you can protect all of your packages!

Even though the specific doorbell camera used in the video is only sold to Costco members, it isn’t the only way to get your hands on a security doorbell.

From Target to Best Buy, you can purchase one at just about any major retailer. Buy one for yourself or for your loved ones as gifts. For example, you could get one for your parents so they can scold you, even before you walk through the door, as you’re trying to sneak in after a late night out aunque no sean horas de llegar a la casa.

You might think that these kind of things may never happen to you because they are so “rare,” but they do and can happen to anyone.

Thieves can strike at any moment and it’s better to be safe than sorry.

Take this as a cautionary tale, y’all. You don’t want to be stuck on the phone trying to make a claim for your stolen package. Even though getting a doorbell camera seems excessive, it’s really not. They are bringing affordable wireless home security to many people nationwide.

Don’t be surprised when you have to pick up your phone to yell into it angrily whenever you spot someone eyeing your packages.

While some users focused on Le, others focused on the thief.

¿Para qué o qué?

It’s important for everyone to feel safe in their homes, but the identity of the perpetrator should be kept off the internet. That’s Le’s business to deal with, whether she wants to pursue a search for her or not. After all, the package wasn’t stolen. Let’s just hope she doesn’t try to do it again to someone else.

The tea was served piping hot.

It wasn’t a person of color who tried to steal the package, but a white person, bringing to light the fact that stealing is not an issue about race and that the stereotypes against POC are false.

However, the most pressing question that we all have on our minds: is the Sephora makeup okay?

Well, is it???? C’mon, I can’t be the only one asking this.

Praise the packaging gods.

The Sephora package was wrapped so well that not even a plunge to the floor could shatter it. It’s almost as unbreakable as your Nokia phone circa 2009. You gotta love the extra care that goes into packaging makeup.

Since she’s speaking so highly of the product that helped prevent this tragedy, here’s to hoping she gets that sponsorship from Ring!

If you’re still convinced that this will never happen to you, just search for ‘doorbell camera’ on YouTube for footage that will persuade you otherwise.

Take this as a sign to get some extra surveillance for your home and go out there to buy yourself a doorbell camera before someone tries to steal your packages. You do not want to miss out on the opportunity to yell at someone from your phone and tell them to get out of your house.

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