It’s a sunny day in Edgewood, Washington, and the mail hasn’t long been delivered to Serg More’s house. But Serg is out at the moment, so he’s not there to pick up the parcels from his porch. Two women are around, though, and they sneak in to whip the packages away before he returns.
The parcels in question contain WWE belts that Serg has agreed to fix up – but these aren’t just any toys. You see, the belts belong to a sick kid, five-year-old Timmy Vick, who’s struggling with a brain tumor. And the autistic youngster may well be distraught when he finds out that the callous thieves have stolen his beloved mementos.
But the “porch pirates” have reckoned without modern technology. Yes, it turns out that Serg has a system attached to his door that lets him know when there’s movement at the front of his house. So, the artist is aware of what has happened – and he’s going to rush to do something about the theft, too.