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iN VIDEO: Kelowna Home Depot poop pranksters celebrate RCMP investigation

Image Credit: YouTube/Blue Ballz
July 10, 2020 - 10:03 AM

A group out of Vancouver that pulls pranks — and posts the results to social media — is revelling in the fact RCMP are investigating one of their performances at the Kelowna Home Depot last month.

In a Blue Ballz YouTube video titled “Cops Investigating Us for Testing Display Toilets!” posted on June 19, an unidentified man playing the character Reggie Jones is shown pulling down his pants, in a Home Depot, sitting on a display toilet as he said he wanted to try the cushion before making loud noises.

At the start of the video a group of men including the one playing Jones announced they're making a road trip to Kelowna.

The Kelowna RCMP said on June 10 they were investigating an incident where someone defecated in a display toilet in a store on Enterprise Way.

"We are still investigating to see if the social media accounts are related to our initial complaint," Kelowna RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Jocelyn Noseworthy told iNFOnews.ca today, July 10. "The links have been forwarded to the lead investigator as it will likely assist, as the file remains open and under investigation."

Noseworthy said there have been two reports of similar nature police are looking into, one in Kelowna and one in West Kelowna.

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According to a mailing address on the pranksters YouTube account, the group is based in Vancouver.

The Blue Ballz members could not be immediately reached for comment.


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