Arnold is back as Howard Kleiner. This time he’s promoting electric cars in partnership with California non-profit Veloz. Go undercover with Arnold as he highlights the benefits of going electric – by trying to sell the opposite. Howard Kleiner is intent on selling gas-guzzling cars to unsuspecting electric car customers.
Jason Hilley decided he needed to teach his teenage daughter a lesson about her fashion choices. So, he decided to buy himself a pair of short shorts, and asked his teen to put hers on to see which pair was shorter.
Even the dogs were in on this prank, chomping on the dildo's super-glued to this man's back, a prank his 'friends' pulled off while he was sleeping earlier that day. Fortunately, doctors were able to remove them later at a local hospital.
The incident took place in the village of Daminedu located in the district of Chittoor in the eastern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh when the 25-year-old mechanic, identified as Siva, prank-called his friend.
According to local media, Siva has been an alcoholic for three years and was said to have been drinking particularly heavily over the last month.
At around 10pm on the fateful evening, he called his friend in a nearby town and joked that he was going to commit suicide by hanging from the ceiling fan.
Although his friend believed that Siva was fooling around, he immediately alerted the police while continuing the video call.
Siva fashioned a noose with a woman’s ‘sari’ garment and tied it to the ceiling fan, as seen in the shocking footage.
In the clip, he is seen waving goodbye to the camera before lowering himself from the bed.
While battling for life, he manages to get his feet on the bed and shift his weight, but he appears to pass out and is left hanging by his neck.
At the end of the footage, loved ones are seen running into the room to try to help the lifeless man.
It's that time of year again when merry pranksters scare and shock their unsuspecting victims. To help inspire you this April Fools' Day, the InsideEdition.com team has rounded up some of the funniest, scariest and wackiest pranks we've seen over the years. Just beware: those pranksters can strike at any time.
A bored employee gets her gullible coworker with a classic work prank. You can tell the victim has been played before, but her reaction is priceless. Running a gas station seems like it might be a slog, but a coworker like this would make time go by faster with a well-timed goof.
An employee tricked a customer into thinking an empty space had a clear glass door in it by pretending to wipe the "glass." When the unwitting man attempted to open the door, he simply stumbled, much to the amusement of everyone else watching.
A group of pranksters in Beirut, Lebanon, disguised themselves as masked mannequins in an elevator. When their unsuspecting victims got on, they'd "come to life" and scare them. It's hard to imagine that the women they targeted found the humor in believing they were about to be assaulted.
Anonymous British graffiti artist Banksy has pulled off another stunt that seized the attention of the art world — this time at the expense of his own work.
On Friday, a Banksy painting titled “Girl with Red Balloon” was being auctioned at Sotheby’s in London. The spray-painted and acrylic piece depicted a little girl extending her arm out for a heart-shaped balloon, floating far beyond reach.
The bidding climbed to $1.4 million, an amount that tied the artist’s own auction record from 2008. Finally, a hammer pounded to signify the end of the auction.
Right then, the painting’s canvas began scrolling downward, seeming to pass through its elaborate gilded frame — and reappearing below in neat, vertical strips. Later, Sotheby’s would explain that a shredder was hidden inside the frame.
This guy closed himself in a large gun safe at a store. His friends decided to have some fun and started typing in random passcodes trying to open it, however, they typed it in wrong too many times and actually locked him in the safe. The store had to call 911 to get him out.