A YouTuber livestreamed himself doing a shit in the driveway of a congressman’s house.
The star was spotted defecating outside the property of US President and Democratic Congressman Nancy Pelosi.
The 28-year-old is known as Armando Online, is reportedly homeless and says he did the deed in honor of Donald Trump, reports News.com.au.
He viewed it as a “peaceful protest” outside the San Francisco home, but accepts that it has gotten out of hand.
In the live stream video, he called the incident “Poopelosi” and claimed it was a stand against privileged rulers such as Pelosi.
“I was looking for a toilet all week, and the joke came up in the comments on one of my streams that ‘Hey, you have to mess around at Pelosi’s house,'” Armando said. The New York Post.
“Everyone loved it, and in the end I just couldn’t hold it anymore.”
Armando founded a YouTube channel that livestreams the unfiltered street life in an effort to show the ‘real life’.
In his videos he shows viewers how homeless people live.
The coronavirus, he says, has made life more difficult because in many places people don’t have access to bathrooms.
The video shows Armando searching for the congresswoman’s house before setting up his camera in a driveway.
He can stand for a while and then greet the camera before crouching down on the sidewalk.
He then says, “That was for President Trump.”
Pelosi is one of Trump’s biggest adversaries in US politics, and the pair have reportedly been silent for months and ridiculed each other in the press.
Speaking to The New York Post, Armando said he fears rising crime and the state of the country.
“I’m afraid America is becoming a big burnt city,” he said.
After the incident, Armando was detained by San Francisco police and questioned.
He apologized on Twitter to Nancy Pelosi saying, “@SpeakerPelosi I know you may never see this, but I want you to know I didn’t mean any harm yesterday when I did what I did.
“I am not at all proud of it and I would like you to know that.
“I have no ill will against you or anyone else in an elected official position.”
But later he told the news broadcast that the message of the deed was clear: “We need more access to bathrooms, we need more access to resources here,” he said.