One of the hazards of living in a house full of props is getting cops called on your casket.
I own a duplex and my brother Allen rents the downstairs. This morning I saw him with the casket in the back of his truck with one of our hazmat suits in it, and I thought, “He’s probably going to a protest or something,” and dismissed it. A few minutes later he had gone inside but I saw multiple cops out there poking at it. I thought, “Does Allen know the cops are here? Probably,” and dismissed it. Then: cop knock at the front door. I thought, “I’m going to let Allen get it.” I hear Allen open the door and say, “Well, hello there!… Let me get my camera. It’s just for the internet because this is too hilarious.” That is where this footage begins. Just another day at the Richardson Bros. household, ho hum.
As mentioned in the video, the casket is from the Yes Men video we helped with called “Peace Pipeline” and was made up by their Hollywood professionals to look like it had been freshly exhumed. When that production was over, the casket was left in Allen’s possession, where it continues to cause trouble.
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