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A Youtuber shared a two-hour livestream of himself defecating on Nancy Pelosi’s driveway at her San Francisco residence, according to Breitbart News.

The man, who goes by “Mando,” shared the video, which has been dubbed “Poopalosi,” and reportedly did so in the name of “peaceful protest.”

After completing the deed, he walks back to the camera and utters, “That was for President Trump.” However, he later said he is “not really very political.”

According to the New York Post, Mando “said he’s part of a niche YouTube community that creates ‘IRL’ or ‘in real life’ livestream videos chronicling long stretches of unfiltered daily life,” which began after he became homeless six years ago.

“I’d been hunting for a toilet all week, and the joke came up in the comments on one of my streams that ‘Hey, you should take a crap at Pelosi’s house,’” Mando told the Post.

After the incident, Mando confirmed that he was apprehended by local police.

“It was scary! I thought my life was over in that moment,” he said.

“They kept asking me, ‘Are you this? Are you that? Are you Antifa?’ And the Capitol Police were definitely watching my channel, because I could hear them on the radio like, ‘Tell him to turn off the stream.’”

Mando has since apologized to Pelosi and stated that he is “not proud” of what he did.

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“@SpeakerPelosi I know you may not ever see this but I want you to know, I meant no foul harm yesterday when I did what I did. I’m not proud of it at all and I just would like for you to know that. I have no ill will against you or anyone in an elected officials position,” he said.

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He does hope, however, that his action will draw more attention to the need for resources for those living on the streets.

Pelosi recently came under fire after visiting a San Francisco hair salon, brazenly violating local coronavirus rules and restrictions. She later blamed the salon, claiming that she fell for an elaborate set up — an accusation the salon owner adamantly denied.