April 3, 2023, Johannesburg, South Africa (Press Release) – All over the world, April 1st is a traditional day for pranks. This month, South Africa’s Springbok Casino has published an article featuring the Top Prank Videos on YouTube. From Leon Schuster, South Africa’s most famous visual prankster, to Mike Tyson, Julien the Magician, and a professional race car driver posing as a driving lesson student, these hilarious prank videos will have you in stitches.
The feature begins with a collection of Leon Schuster’s golf pranks from the 80s that would be very non-PC today. They show how humour and social mores change over time.
In another video, people are asked to rate Mike Tyson as a sportsman – not knowing that the champion boxer, known as the Baddest Man on the Planet, is right behind them.
Julien the Magician pranks people at train stations and on the street with some great illusions, mostly eliciting puzzlement and smiles.
In one of the funniest videos in Springbok’s collection, a professional racing driver disguised as a young, pig-tailed learner driver, scares the pants off her instructors as she really gets into gear and shows off her mad skills.
In another, a man disguised as a smallish potted tree on a pavement causes passersby to scream, jump and even fall over when he moves or stands up.
John Berks, whose morning talk show and prank calls made Radio 702 the most entertaining and popular by far, pranks Pik Botha, a former NP cabinet minister, inviting him to give a speech in Soweto and demonstrate how to make a real Afrikaans ‘potjie’.
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