This is the moment British beach-goers race to help a pair of 'migrants' who were abused and told to 'go home' by a raging man after their dinghy washed up on Brighton beach.
In the video two men laden with bags struggle to make it to shore from their rubber boat.
As a number of bemused holidaymakers dressed in swimwear watch, a man who had apparently been sunbathing races down to the shore line and begins heckling the men, pushing their dinghy back into the surf and telling them 'we don't want migrants here, we voted out!'
After just a minute a number of beach-goers attempted to defuse the situation and leaped to the defence of the two migrants.
But the two 'migrants' and the angry bystander were actually actors, and the video was produced as a social experiment by serial YouTube pranksters Trollstation.
The video begins with the men in the boat shouting: 'Is this England?'
The angry man replies: 'No, no, no this is Japan mate. Did you not hear about the Brexit? Hey, what are you doing, turn around, Go back, go back! Refugees are not allowed in here!'
'You go back out that way. We voted out! Someone help me out, don't be letting these refugees in.'
'You're not allowed in, your're not coming in. Go back, get out. You're not allowed in England. Foreigners out! They're going to start taking my dole money!'
At this point beachgoers begin interrupting him. One said: 'Are you being serious? Leave them alone.'
But the angry man then begins manhandling one of the 'migrants' before pushing him into the water.
But the hero beachgoers are having none of it and begin pushing him before separating him from the two men. One said: 'What are you doing? Leave them alone you heartless p****.'
The woman who caused a massive panic on a crowded subway train by releasing a swarm of crickets admitted to The Post on Friday that she orchestrated the disgusting stunt in an attempt to go viral on social media.
“I have been doing these pranks for four years now,” self-promoting actress Zaida Pugh said. “This was to show what homeless people go through and how people treat them.”
Pugh, known for a series of bizarre online pranks, said she brought 300 crickets and 300 worms onto the D train Wednesday and had a friend flip the insects into the air — freaking out those straphangers who hadn’t been in cahoots with her.
“Basically the people that is attacking me is a part of the stunt,” she said, adding her friends “also do their own comedy skits online as well.”
But things got even worse when an innocent passenger pulled the emergency brake as the D train was crossing the Manhattan Bridge. Riders were stuck in the cricket-filled car — with no air conditioning — for 30 minutes.
“The emergency brake was pulled,” Pugh said. “We were not expecting that to happen at all.”
Another unplanned aspect was Pugh urinating on the floor of the subway car.
“I did [urinate] but didn’t purposely mean to,” Pugh said. “It was very hot and I was holding my bladder. When I realized we weren’t going anywhere, I said, ‘I’m gonna just let it out.’ ”
She was taken to Methodist Hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.
A flash-mob prank gone wrong caused chaos and panic in a small beach town on the Costa Brava in Catalonia on Tuesday night, according to eyewitness reports from the scene and regional emergency services.
Diners in restaurants in Platja d'Aro, in the Girona province of Catalonia in north-eastern Spain, saw a group of men arrive in an apparently aggressive manner and decided it might be a jihadi attack, with hundreds fleeing the scene.
The Mossos, Catalonia's regional police force, tweeted an "IMPORTANT MESSAGE In Platja D'Aro there has been an incident in the streets whose cause was a flash mob or similar. NO SHOTS FIRED".
They also asked people not to spread false rumours on social media.
The regional emergency services coordinator tweeted: "URGENT There've been relevant incidents in #PlatjadAro streets caused by a flash mob or similar that derived in stampede IT'S A FALSE ALARM". They also tweeted in German.
Leonardo DiCaprio met up with his ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ co-star Jonah Hill in New York City, and was filmed by paparazzi pretending to be an overzealous fan as he snuck up behind Jonah to scare him with his phone out.
Over the course of film history, plenty of unsuspecting bystanders have found themselves involved in spy games. Here, Matt Damon decides to take the classic scenario to real-life shoppers in Los Angeles.