Sneaking downstairs past bedtime isn’t quite what it used to be.
A youngster discovered this the hard way, when his father Jeremy Gabrysch found out about his late-night forays into the living room through Google Nest security camera footage.
Gabrysch took to YouTube on August 10 to share video of what happened when his son finally figured out how he was getting caught, and tried to army crawl across the living room to turn off the camera without being seen.
“Set up a Nest cam downstairs to bust my elementary age kids who keep coming down to party in the middle of the night,” Gabrysch wrote in a caption to the video.
“My son finally figured out how I kept busting him, and then he decided to take matters in his own hands. This is the last thing the camera saw…”
Unfortunately, Gabrysch’s son underestimated just how wide-angled the Nest lens really was as he busted out some “Oceans Eleven”-style moves, leaving behind an amusing clip:
It’s already been well documented that home security cameras such as the Nest can help catch unwanted home intruders: According to BBC, a Nest camera recently caught a landlord in Colorado using a tenant’s apartment without permission to have sex, and back in 2016, Fox News reported that a similar home security camera caught an intruder watching a couple sleep on their couch.
Now, it turns out home security systems can also be helpful tools to catch your kids breaking curfew.
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