A Houstonian patrolling her neighborhood put potential curfew breakers and looters on notice with a video on her Facebook page.
Sophia Mcintosh told them, “I don’t have no mace. I couldn’t make it to the store … because the store was closed. But I do have some Raid. I will spray your [expletive] like I do those roaches and ants.” Graphic language can be heard in the video footage.
She warned, “Ya’ll bad kids that start breaking into stuff, and stealing, and all that: I’m letting ya’ll know right now, I’m going to guard in my neighborhood. I’m walking up and down this street.”
She said the curfew set by the City was 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. “It is on lockdown! It’s a curfew. Can’t nobody be outside.”
“I’m walking through my neighborhood. I’m protecting my neighborhood. Come over here and try to steal something, I don’t have no mace. I couldn’t make it to the store to get no mace because the store was closed. But I do have some Raid. (showing a can of Raid to the camera) I will spray your [expletive] like I do those roaches and ants.”
Still holding up the can of Raid, she warned those who would come and step on property that is not theirs in the neighborhood: “I’m spraying you, I’m just spraying you.”
Mcintosh warned parents, “You better get your kids! You better get your kids! Because I am treating kids like bugs and roaches if they come on my street. I’m not playing.”
Spraying the can of Raid while she was holding it in the air, Sophia said, “I’m waiting on ya’ll. I’m waiting on ya’ll.”
“And you can see, I got on my African American hat Baby because this is serious now. It’s serious. Ya’ll breaking and stuff.”
She told would-be looters: “Get somewhere and sit down. What you running off with a TV? – You ain’t got no electricity at your house! The lights and stuff out! What you doing stealing a TV fer!? Get your ass over there and sit down!”
“Come on my street, come on my street. I dare you to come on my street. I’m waiting on you Baby. I’m waiting on you.”
Sophia was patrolling the territory wearing an orange t-shirt that said, “This Is A Family Thing.”
According to her Facebook page, Sophia studied political science at Texas Southern University in Houston.
As reported by Breitbart Texas, the city of Houston has been devastated by Hurricane and Tropical Storm Harvey.