To the person in Pittsfield, MA who found a free PS5 left at their front door bc of FedEx's incompetence, I know it's very unlikely that you'll see this message but IF you do, would you consider sending that PS5 to its intended owner?? My name/address is probably on the receipt in that box...
Update: Thought I'd just add a clarification about a misconception many people have because a lot of people here have mentioned bricking the console. I reached out to playstation and they told me you can only do that if the console is under your account. It doesn't make sense to me since what if the console is stolen before you even laid hands on it but that's what Sara told me.
Conversation was literally this:
Sara: You can perform remote deactivation once every 6 months but it is required for you to have the device activated as primary on your account
Me: so you guys can't remotely deactivate stolen devices?
Sara: Not in this case. Unfortunately, we're not going to be able to help you out.
My fiancé’s mother is a single mother that is overly attached to my fiancé. She seems to think she is entitled to be apart of ever aspect of my fiancé life and that she must always come first in all situations.
For example she was livid when we got engaged because we did not visit her first after the proposal. She pitched a fit that we had stopped by my parents first to show them the ring. When we did arrive at her house she was so angry that she ended up throwing a cake at us in her drive way.
She has made my life a nightmare since we got together but it became much worse when I got pregnant. She has made numerous attempts to convince my fiancé to leave me because she doesn’t believe I am pregnant with his baby. Her “proof” is that I was too fat so I must be lying about the due date. This are just some of the many things she done to hurt and embarrass me. We have limited our contact with her as a result but she always seems to find a way to weasel back in.
Last week I gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. My area is in full covid lockdown so both our families were not able to come to the hospital and will likely not be able to visit in person for a while. My parents told me they planned to decorate the front of my house to welcome the baby home. My mom said she had ordered a bunch of things of Etsy for the occasion.
When I arrived home I was surprised to see that there were no decorations. I didn’t think much of it and just assumed my family had run out of time. It wasn’t like them to forget but assumed there was a good explanation.
My mom called me after I was settled and asked me how I liked the decorations and presents. I asked her what she was talking about and told her that there was nothing outside when I got home. My mom proceeded to text me several pictures of my house fully decorated in pink baby gear. I also noticed several wrapped presents on my porch in the picture. They were also missing along with a large banner, balloons arrangements and several other decorations. My mother told me one of the presents contained a little sweater knitted by my grandma that I wore as a baby. I had been looking forward to receiving this and passing it on to my daughter.
I was extremely confused as we live in a rural area so porch pirates are not very common. I asked my fiancé to check our security camera. He pulled up the footage and we were both shocked with what we saw. We saw his mother taking everything down and putting it all in her car. The footage... keep reading on reddit ➡
About ten years ago, after graduating high school, me and five friends (all girls) decided we were going to rent out a house together right by campus. We were all fairly young (anywhere from 17-19) and pretty broke, so the house wasn't exactly in the best neighborhood.
So, one night we have some people over, nothing crazy just a few of our friends. We're all hanging out on our front porch and having a few beers. We call it a night around 1 or 2 am and all of our friends go home & we go to bed.
We wake up the next morning to a knock from the police. One of the girls let's us all know the cops are at our door so we all come downstairs and panic, because naturally we think we're in some sort of trouble. The officer tells us that there was some sketchy activity on our front porch last night. We thought he was talking about us having people over but nope. There was apparently a dude in his late 40's or 50's looking through all of our windows. The officer said he was driving by and saw the man looking, and when the man saw the officer he frantically grabbed an empty beer can off of our porch and sat on one of our chairs & pretended to be drinking.
The officer obviously thought this was strange af so he stopped to see what was going on. He asked the man if he lived there and the man said that he was a friend & that all of us had just turned in for the night and he decided to finish his beer before he took off. He even started describing us in a horrifying amount of detail. So he had been watching us for some time. I'm sure the officer could tell some sketchy shit was going on as he offered to give the man a ride to wherever he lives. The man hesitated a bit and insisted he wanted to finish his beer so the cop just told him to come with him. When he did a search on his name, tonnnss of charges came up, but the scariest part was all the charges of pedophilia that he had.
Thank God for the officer driving by because we checked our windows the next day after we had spoken to the cop and (stupidly) they were all unlocked. This guy would have had no trouble at all climbing through one of the windows on our front porch. Needless to say we made sure every single window in that house was locked and we were a lot more cautious of our surroundings from then on.
The cop actually gave us the name of the man so we could look him up along with all of his pages of charges, and this guy was terrifying looking. One of those people where you can just tell from the... keep reading on reddit ➡