Odd rerun: Virginia residents once again find vintage TV sets on front porches

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Virginia residents find vintage TV sets on front porches - AGAIN

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It's the ultimate rerun for residents in a Virginia city.

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Residents in Henrico woke up Sunday morning to find vintage television sets on their front porches and lawns, WWBT reported. This was not must-see TV

After viewing security camera footage, residents were still perplexed.

“It was a guy dressed in a jumpsuit with a TV for a head. It’s the weirdest thing. He squats down, puts the TV there and walks off. It’s really weird,” Adrian Garner told the television station. "My first reaction was, ‘Did we order this?’ Not in an Amazon box. It was just kind of strange."

What's even stranger is that area residents have seen this behavior before. Nearly a year ago, residents woke up to find dozens of vintage television sets on their front porches, WTVR reported.

Henrico resident Michael Kroll thought his son was playing a prank. Kroll told WTVR he thought "bored" college students could be responsible.

"They had way too much time on their hands if they had all these TVs and spread them all over the neighborhood," Kroll told the television station. "I think it’s funny in some ways. Now, if my whole front yard was covered with TVs, I’d kind of get upset."

Police in Henrico County spent Sunday morning picking up the old TV sets from residents.

"We have a team of officers out here working together, collecting the TVs. We're upwards of 60 TVs so far," Lt. Matt Pecka of Henrico Police Division, told WWBT.

Don't touch that dial, and stay tuned.

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