Police in Ibiza are investigating a brutal attack on a British tourist after he staged a prank by pretending to be asleep in the middle of the road.
Several videos of the attack at 8.30pm on Tuesday night have now come to light on social media and are being studied by the Civil Guard.
The attack happened in the popular resort of Cala de Bou and started when the unidentified Brit wearing just shorts and a pink T-shirt decided to lie down in the middle of the road with his hands behind his head.
A prankster has been criticised after placing dangerous animals in his friends' beds while they were sleeping.
Russian YouTube blogger Khizri Zapirov published a video of him carrying an almost fully grown lion into the flat of his friend, Artur Abdurakhmanov, and carefully placing it on his bed while he is still sleeping.
Mr Abdurakhmanov, clearly still groggy with sleep, at first seems to struggle to work out what is happening.
But when he finally realises there is a lion in his bed, he quickly jumps up and hides behind Mr Zapirov in a corner of the room.
A teenage girl who claimed to be auctioning off her virginity in return for an iPhone 8 was taught a terrifying lesson.
The 17-year-old is reported to have posted her 'offer' in an online forum, where she said she would give up her virginity for a cash payment of around £2,300.
But her post was discovered by a vlogger who hosts a show, and they set up an interview with the unsuspecting teen, known as Xiao Chen.
Footage posted by vlogger Nana, 21, shows the pair meeting in a tea house, where Xiao Chen explains that one of her friends slept with a wealthy stranger and earned "easy" money.
The girls claims she wants to order to buy the new iPhone 8 - which all her friends have - although several people have said the footage is fake.
The trolls on 4Chan pulled off one helluva stunned by convincing this little kid to microwave his laptop computer in order to repair it.
Listen as the kid follows the live stream order step-by-step as he puts the laptop in the microwave after doing a series of other so-called repairs in order to get the laptop working correctly. Like wiping it with water!
Clearly the kid doesn't really understand how computer works so it was pretty easy to convince him to throw in the microwave in order to help it.
But, the kid appears to be a good sport at the end and admits that he got trolled.
This rubbish collector had the fright of his life after a man hid in a wheelie bin and jumped out as he was taking it away.
The binman was taking out the rubbish at a home in Middlesbrough when he was subjected to the cruel trick.
And he certainly failed to see the funny side, swearing at the prankster for nearly injuring him.
A cruel prank has seen people cowering on their knees and breaking down as they desperately try to cling onto a glass walkway as it cracks 3,450ft above the ground.
But all is not what it seems as the terrifying experience is actually part of the walkway where the glass looks like it has cracked, but is actually fine.
A viral video has now been watched more than 18 million times as it shows an unsuspecting tour guide off guard cowering across.
The twisted installation was put on the cliff-side transparent walkway at the East Taihang Mountains Scenic Area in Handan City, China and is considered a popular "feature" for tourists.
While some visiting the glass walkway on Yuntai Mountain were aware of the effect, it appeared to catch the guide unawares as he led his group through the scenic area during the recent "Golden Week" holidays.
Pranksters played a 'invisible rope' trick and caused a two car crash.
In a video shared online, two youths stand either side of a road, that appears to be the entrance to a car park or residential parking.
As cars approach, they clench their fists in front of them and lean back, as if both pulling on a rope.
The action causes drivers to think there is a rope in front of them, and they slam on their brakes to avoid hitting it, pulling the boys down.
The filmer realises they have caused a huge problem and all three of them start to run.
The driver of the first car gets out and chases them, screaming at them in fury.
It's not clear where in Britain this was filmed, but it has provoked strong reaction.
Some are convinced the video is fake, and one commenter said the prank never fooled anyone when he was younger.
nternet pranksters have decided to take on drivers who use their phones behind the wheel.
A new video shows an alarming number of motorists using devices when they should be concentrating on the road, unaware they are being filmed.
The people behind the minute-long clip are seen approaching four drivers, who could have been slapped with a £200 fine and six points on their driving licence if stopped by the police.
The first 'victim', a woman, had her window wound down in a stationary car - which apparently had the engine on and was not pulled up at the side of the road - when the jokers pulled up alongside her.
When does a supposedly harmless prank actually just become unfunny?
There's an increasingly fine line, but arguably "pretending to have killed your tiny toddler son" is a valid tipping point.
One dad and YouTube prankster succeeded in terrifying his partner by doing just this, all in the name of entertainment.
YouTube pranksters have seen a dramatic increase in popularity over recent years, but some have fallen casualty to their own material, like DaddyOFive , having gone too far, provoking outrage and disgust.
Roman Atwood is another "professional prankster" who has occasionally enlisted his young children in his tricks.