White Guy Carrying A TV Jogs Two Miles Through FL Neighborhood -- And People Just Wave
May 13, 2020

Richard Demsick posted a TikTok video of himself running two miles through a Florida neighborhood while trying to look like a thief. He even carried a flat-screen TV under one arm, and instead of being met with a shotgun blast, he only got waves and hellos from residents. Via Insider.com:

His neighborhood, he said, recently did have a string of thefts. Despite that, his neighbors waved and smiled while he jogged.

"Not a soul" even approached him afterward to ask what he was doing, he said.

Demsick recorded parts of his run for a TikTok video that has been viewed more than 1.2 million times.

"All right, I figured it out. I've got my hat on backwards, I'm shirtless, like I'm on some episode of 'Cops.' I'm running with a TV. Someone's going to stop me now, for sure," Demsick in the video. "'Cause if not, what was the problem with Ahmaud?"

Correction: This post originally linked and quoted a site which was not the original author of the article. It has been corrected to properly quote Insider.com

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