Australian prankster Alki Stevens has come up with his own version of the VitalyzdTv "Miami Zombie Attack Prank" that spread panic on the streets of Miami as people ran for their lives at the sight of a real life "zombie."
According to virlaviralvideos.com, Alki Stevens's video titled "The Zombie" is inspired by Vitaly Zdorovetskiy's Miami Zombie Attack Prank.
The video shows the Australian prankster causing panic in lonely spots on the streets of Melbourne as the Australian version of the Miami zombie.The "zombie" roams the streets, emerging from unlikely corners, grunting, groaning and scaring the daylights out of unsuspecting people, many of whom are walking alone.
A scene shows the "zombie" caressing a blood soaked "human brain" and then feeding on it. A young man who happens on the "zombie" while feeding on the brain takes to his heels immediately. Another scene shows him urge a woman into breaking the world cycling record.
A close up of the zombie's face shows a ghastly gaping hole in the middle of his forehead.
Bossip.com hints that Stevens's "The Zombie" is evidence that the "Zombie Apocalypse" is a global fad that has people all over the world on edge.