Flash Shelton, a handyman from Northern California, had the perfect plan when squatters moved into his mother’s vacant property. He took to social media and posted a video of himself showing up at his mom’s house with an arsenal of weapons in tow before moving in while the trespassers were out on their own business.

In his now-viral video, Flash Shelton bravely retrieved his mother’s home from squatters by forcefully entering the property with guns and moving in while they were away. He uploaded this scene of heroism to social media, showcasing how he successfully occupied the house until the current occupants left for their own pursuits.

“If they could take a house, then I could take a house,” Shelton stated. Fuming with anger, he was a paying member of the United Handyman Association after squatters broke into his mother’s home while it was vacant and tried to take possession without actually looking for another place.

“They’re the squatter, and they have rights. Well, then, if I become the squatter on the squatter, then I should have rights, right?” Shelton said in the video. He arrived with a formidable arsenal and broke into his mother’s abandoned house, now occupied by squatters. When they were away, he established himself in the property to demonstrate that he was an intimidating presence at all times.

On his YouTube channel, Shelton uploaded a video of himself performing squats on the squatters. In only two months, his video titled “How I removed squatters in less than a day” has already amassed an impressive three million three hundred thousand views – and the numbers are still climbing!

In the caption of his video, Shelton wrote “A family of Squatters broke in the back door and moved into my mom’s vacant house, and the Sheriffs wouldn’t do anything about it since the house had furniture and they made themselves at home, and I had heard horror stories about how the legal system gives the squatter more rights than the homeowner, so I decided to come up with a way on my own to get them out in less than a day. Here is my story. I don’t suggest that everyone take a chance as I did on their own. It’s worth noting that I have had special training and a license to carry and was prepared for whatever situation was to arise. The men and women I had to deal with remained peaceful and that may not always be the case. If you ever have a situation like this, it is best to expect the worst, and you will be prepared.”

How do you feel about the way this man is addressing those who are squatting on his property?