You see as i was saying about social media .....it breeds nothing but fucking idiots .......and here is a prime example ......a pair of stupid bastards breaking the law ......... to make a stupid fucking video for social media .....its the beginning of the end of normality ......the extent low self worth people will go to ,......to get attention .....becasue their parents were shite parents .......simple simple...... dolly dimple .......if your parents gave you attention ..... you would not crave it as an a dult ....you would spread the love to heal .....social media is good in some regards like crimes commited or drunk fuckers confessing some bullshit like that fashion designer years ago .....however breaking the law to make a stupid video .....you need to go to jail to get some sense fucked into resulting in blood farts ......simple .....these two need a good fucking to knock some sense into them ........
A couple in Pennsylvania were surprised at the legal trouble they found themselves in after they tried to spend the night inside of a Target to film a YouTube video.
Johnson Larose and his girlfriend Charlotte Fischer co-run the YouTube channel called Saucy and Honey. The channel has more than 21,000 subscribers and features the couple doing viral challenges and pranking each other.
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In one video that they posted on Feb. 21 titled “24 HOUR OVERNIGHT CHALLENGE IN TARGET (CAUGHT?!?),” Larose and Fischer filmed themselves walking into a Target 30 minutes before it closed and then hiding in order to stay at the store overnight.
“Guys do not attempt what we are attempting at home. We are entertainers. We are risking trespassing. I don’t know what else can happen after that. If we get a fine or get arrested, I don’t really know. I don’t really care,” Fischer said in the video.
Fischer added that they wouldn’t be stealing anything from Target and supplied their own water bottles and snacks, as well as wipes and mason jars, should they need to use the bathroom.
The couple set up a fort out of product boxes on the bottom of a shelf until the store’s lights went off and then they wandered around the aisles filming themselves.
Then, at 8 a.m. the next day, Larose and Fischer left Target.
In addition to uploading a video that showed footage of them in the Target after hours, Fox 29 Philadelphia reported that officers were called to the store at 3 a.m. the night they slept over after an alarm went off. Police said they searched the building but did not find anyone.
The next day, however, after learning about the alarm going off, Target employees watched security footage and saw a couple walking around the store after hours with their phones out — presumably Larose and Fischer.
“It became a little bit bigger of an investigation, trying to find out what they were doing, was there something criminal?” police detective Scott Pezick said at the time.