A small YouTuber filmed himself entering a SpaceX facility in South Texas last week, where he seamlessly was able to get close to SpaceX’s prototype Starship rocket without security noticing the YouTuber during the security breach.
The YouTuber, known as Caesar on his channel Loco VlogS, entered the Boca Chica grounds of Elon Musk’s company in late March.
Another YouTube account reuploaded the recording on March 31. It shows Caesar walking around the 16-story-tall prototype Starship SN11, he filmed himself walking underneath the SpaceX ship, and getting close to the Raptor engines. Youtuber Caesar doesn’t touch the rocket, which sits on stilts.
YouTuber records himself trespassing at SpaceX’s Starship facilities: A still from the video originally uploaded to the YouTube channel Loco VlogS. | Image: Loco VlogS A YouTuber recorded himself entering SpaceX’s Starship rocket facilities in south… https://t.co/2kvDyuICfa pic.twitter.com/dVt1FnyNMX— Marcus Evans ⚛️ 🔭 🎼 ⚖️ 💙 (@MarcuswevansSr) April 8, 2021
We already found him, His name is Loco & he runs a youtube channel with name "Loco vlogs"— Curious Droid🚀 (@Ayush__Anand_) March 31, 2021
The youtuber Caesar from Loco VlogS, later made the complentery apology video.
Loco Vlogs apologizes for trespassing onto @SpaceX property and recording Starship SN11 prior to it’s test flught#starship #sn11 #sn15 #Bocachica— @SpaceX fan (@spacex_fanEU) April 7, 2021
I'm Sorry For My Actions. https://t.co/NrXknwkSJV via @YouTube