Britney Spears went with a group of her dancers to Jimmy Kimmel's house in the dead of night to prank him. His reaction is priceless!
What is modern art, anyway? If you ask these open-minded gallery attendees, it could be just about anything. Maybe even something as simple as a regular pair of glasses placed on the floor by a nearby prankster.
A high school student took a yearbook photo prank too far when he exposed himself to the camera. Now he's facing prison and a lifelong label as a registered sex offender. People in the community support him. Many are questioning why this mistake wasn't caught by one of the many adults involved in taking the picture and preparing the yearbook before it went to print.
According to ABC7, a prank caller told a Burger King in Coon Rapids, Minnesota that they were from the fire department and that the employees needed to break all the windows to release "pressure" before the building exploded.
Sam Pepper has become a very controversial figure in the last few years. He is famous for his Youtube pranks and "social experiments" such as the one where he pinched random women's bottoms that led to sexual harassment claims. You may have heard of him recently due to massive backlash from his "prank" video where he convinced a friend that he killed his other friend "execution style". Now he seems to have disappeared off the face of the internet leaving only a single Tweet on an otherwise barren Twitter account.
Some people have questioned his motives with the way he left social media and Youtube so abruptly.
But, for the most part, they are just gleefully celebrating his absence.
In October, Josh James of Jupiter, FL threw a three and a half foot alligator into the drive through window of a local Wendy's restaurant. The authorities finally caught up with him and he has been arrested because apparently you're not allowed to go around town slinging large, dangerous reptiles at people.
Why would someone throw a three and a half foot alligator into a fast food restaurant? His mother told WPTV, "He's a prankster. He does stuff like this because he thinks it's funny".
You may remember hearing the name "Sam Pepper" last year attached to a story about women accusing him of rape after his butt pinching prank/"social experiment" went viral for all the wrong reasons. The video, which was removed by YouTube, showed Pepper groping women with a fake hand in the name of a prank, which he later called a social experiment. Following the video, several teenaged women came forward to share their stories of sexual abuse at the hands of Pepper.
A little over a year has passed since these allegations surfaced, and Pepper is perhaps hoping we've all forgotten that he's a terrible person. Unfortunately for him, that's not the case.
His latest video, a prank involving a young man being "murdered" in front of his best friend, is incredibly hard to watch. The victim can be heard saying "I don't understand, we're just kids from Kansas.... You've got the wrong guys! He's everything I have" just before he sees his best friend get shot right in front of him. The pranksters let the victim of the prank scream and cry for more than half a minute before revealing that it was all a joke. In the video outro, everyone seems to be in pretty good spirits about the prank, but viewers don't feel the same way: