Skip to comments.Video: Drive-thru staff fooled by skeleton driver prank
Posted on 10/02/2013 10:45:53 PM PDT by Slings and Arrows
Just where is he going to put all those chicken nuggets?
Drive-thru staff were left running scared when a skeleton driving a car pulled up to their window to pick up some takeaway food.
While some workers ran away in horror after encountering the hungry bones, one man took snaps to upload to his Instagram account as another burst into laughter.
Oh my god, I wanna start crying, said one prank victim.
While another joked: You want some sauce?
The takeaway trick is the work of internet prankster known as the Magic of Rahat who was hidden in the back while controlling the vehicle.
His video collection, which features a number of different pranks at various takeaway outlets, have racked up millions of hits online.
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I had a friend who did a similar stunt with Bert & Ernie puppets
This was long before the ubiquity of video. 1981 or so
Not a big fan of pulling pranks on strangers. Too much could go wrong.
So it goes. Sounds like a good one, though.
This is some inventive comedy
Chuckle..... We were driving our van across Arizona on I-40 when an opportunity for a good prank came to mind. We had stopped by Las Vegas, where I won a life size Wiley Coyote and a Tweety Bird at Circus Circus. We were driving a cargo van, and a famil automobile kept drifting forwards and back again in the passing lane to our left. You could see the mom and dad in the front seats doing their best to endure the playing around going on in the back seat with their daughter and two sons. The youngsters were checking out all of the traffic between giving each other a hard time as the parents did their best to ignore all of the commotion.
I asked ny wife to hand me Wiley Coyote real quick. I sat Wiley in my lap as I was driving, and I pushed the seat as far back as it would go. This position left me pretty well hidden behind the tvan’s side, but Wiley Coyote could be clearly seen through the driver’s door window opening with his paw on teh Steering wheel. With an unseen nudge here and there, it looked like Wiley Coyote was really driving the van and turning his grinning face towards the car beside us. My wife helped the illusion along by holding Tweety Bird up in view.
Sure enough, as the car started to slide forward again, one of the children in the back seat of the car saw Wiley driving our van. He went crazy yelling and pointing. The other two children stopped what they were doing and turned to stare. At that point I turned Wiley Coyote to wards them and lifted his right elbow to give them a wave of his paw. They went crazy, laughing and yelling at each other and then the parents in the front seats. The parents tried to hush the children up, but they weren’t having any of that. They all pointed and excitedly said Look, Look, it’s Wiley coyote and Tweety Brid! Mom turned around the other way in her seat just as dad ducked his head low to look across to see what the kids were making such a fuss about. That’s when the car started to suddenly weave out of control all over theri lane and our lane. Dad raced the car on ahead as the children in the backseat looked through the back window of the car and waved goodbye to Wiley Coyote and Tweety Brid as we all raced across the Arizona desert.
It’s a wonderful day on the Interwebs....
Lol! She was popular when I was a kid! (P.S. Does this imply that I should try to curb my enthusiasm, maybe? I could try but it might leak out unexpectedly—unintended consequences—I could start leaking plasma or something. Be afraid. Be very, very afraid.)
When did Iggy Pop start dying his hair blonde?
That is funny.
We have a consensus.