A magician shocked and amazed fast-food drive-thru workers when he pulled an "invisible driver" prank off without a hitch.
Fast-food workers got the surprise of a lifetime when a car pulled up to the window with no driver. This was no ghost — the man behind the prank is professional magician Rahat the Magician Prankster.
How did he do it? Amazingly, the prank was pulled off using a "driver's seat costume" to give the illusion of invisibility.
The magician pulled the prank at several drive-thru windows, with priceless reactions from the fast-food workers. All appeared perplexed, some laughed, and one almost cried.
"There's like a ghost," said one drive-thru worker.
"Am I trippin, son? Instagram dat joint!" exclaimed another.
Rahat told workers at one window, "Just throw it in there, I'm a ghost." The worker, seemingly more serious about her job than others captured on tape, did exactly that.