The summer of 2019 passed long ago, but there is a series of events that happened in Henrico County, Virginia that still sticks with me, before the chaos of 2020 there was a simple time of a man or woman with a TV head.

In short, someone wore a TV on their head and left "gifts" for people on their porch in the middle of the night. Those gifts were old TVs. This story went viral on YouTube because of how bazaar it is. Little is still known about the situation, but people are still wondering the same thing and that is... WHY?

We do know that the person wanted to be called 'TV Santa Claus' and that they had left at least 50 TVs on porches so far. We also know that as of now the person hasn't technically committed any crimes, though it could be seen as illegal dumping. No one has tried to press charges.

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No one has come forward as the TV head, and no one knows where these TVs were acquired. If someone had bought 50 old TV's you think someone else would have noticed.

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The final thought on this by the "victimizes" of this case is that it was just a harmless prank done by college students since it was around Summer when this happened. In kids were probably just looking for something fun to do.

Almost three years later and it appears that TV head was cool with being a one-hit-wonder, and there are no more developments past that. Honestly, I am here for it. I think someday we could see another fun prank like this go viral.

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Over 500 sets help make up this entire city. Now let's take a closer look at this Iowa home's Lego city.

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Here is a look at different parts you may have for the game "Hero Scape"
If you have any of these you could be making some serious cash, so keep an eye out.

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