Not-so-long-ago I did a blog titled Is this the best prank ever? This involved hundreds of "agents" (improvisation actors) scattered through New York's Grand Central Station. At a pre-defined time they all "froze" for five minutes, much to the consternation of passers by who didn't know what was happening.
This was followed a couple of days later by another blog titled More amazing pranks! in which we saw some "reality pranks" from Japan. I think it's fair to say that these had a bit more "edge" than the first video (the last scene was particularly interesting).
Well, if you liked those, you might want to check out what may best be described as Yet more amazing (if not insane) pranks! Once again, these are from Japan, and it really makes you wonder. On the one hand, some of them are incredibly funny (so long as you are not the one being deposited naked on a snow-covered mountain surrounded by hundreds of skiers). On the other hand, it's amazing that some of there folks weren't seriously hurt – one can only imagine the lawsuits that would ensue if an American TV company did this sort of thing.
For myself, I'm going to regard any form of massage chair with a very wary eye in the future (if you watch the video, you'll see what I mean).
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