World No Tobacco Day is coming up again this 31 May. This is a day when smokers all around the world are encouraged to abstain from smoking, and it’s a day when smokers everywhere ignore said encouragement.
In honor of the holiday this Singaporean has gone out and pulled “pranks” on unsuspecting smokers around the city-state.
See the girl in the screenshot above? Her name is Leona Chin Lyweoi, she’s in her late 20s and, despite appearances, she’s been drifting since 2006. Hardly believable, more so when you take into consideration that Leona claimed top spot in Category 1 Ladies on multiple occasions.
The Malaysian professional motorsports athlete (and entrepreneur) is the type of woman that prefers the smell of burning rubber over getting her nails done at the beauty salon. Speaking of beauty, she hardly looks as a 28-year-old woman, especially when disguised as a high school student on her first driving lesson.
Leona Chin, together with social experiments and pranks specialist MaxMan.TV, were approached by a Malaysian driving school that thought it would be funny to prank their newly employed instructors.
Without further beating around the bush, make-up artists transformed our drift queen into a “Fast & Furious nerd” with a big desire to get her driver’s license. Geeky glasses, pigtails, a love-hate relationship with the clutch pedal and unassuming driving instructors are on the following video’s menu.
However, the highly modified Nissan Silvia (S15) used to make this prank happen isn’t exactly an ordinary vehicle for training. She told a driving instructor that it’s her brother’s car, but little do this guy and the other instructors know that Leona is about to scare the hell out of them with her top-class hooning skills.
Who doesn’t love a good prank? Well, it might not always be so great being on the receiving end of the joke, but it sure is a lot of fun for the viewer. This Czech girl also seemed to have a lot of fun tricking her boyfriend into thinking he had slept with a ladyboy one night during their vacation in Bangkok.
During their vacation in Thailand, the girl in this video apparently decided to get back at her boyfriend one night after he drank too much and passed out. She went out and found herself a ladyboy, as you do in Bangkok, to help her out. With a couple of props (“used” condoms) thrown in for good measure, the girlfriend hides in the closet and the ladyboy goes to wake the victim up.
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Josh Paler Lin had no idea his little experiment would end up the way it did.
As the World Journal reports, Lin gave $100 to a homeless man named Thomas near Anaheim and then followed him with a video camera to see what he would do with it.
To Lin’s surprise, Thomas bought food and shared it with other homeless people, many whom he didn’t even know.
Lin asked him why he did it. Thomas told him it brought him happiness.
Lin who calls himself the “craziest Asian prankster alive” has started an Indiegogo campaign for Thomas and has raised $139,000 as of this writing. Lin hopes to surprise Thomas with enough money for him to buy a home.
Well done, Japanese TV people. Once again you have proved you are the kings of the massively dangerous and ill-advised prank.
It comes from a TV show called Dokkiri Award (“Dikkiri” meaning “surprise”), and the poor victim is a comedian named Toshiaki Kasuga.
South Korean electronics company LG (Lucky Goldstar) showed off the image clarity of their new 84 inch Ultra HD TV by frightening unsuspecting job applicants in Chile by staging a fake meteor crash during their interview.
Japanese prank tv shows never cease to amaze us with the extent they go to in terms of humiliating their hapless victims. The raptor costume, which sells online anywhere from $1700-$5000, is pretty impressive.