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article imageMotorists confused over invisible object prank (Videos)

By Greta McClain     Feb 17, 2013 in Odd News
Amsterdam - A group of Dutch pranksters are causing some confusion among motorists in Amsterdam, filming their perplexed targets and posting the videos on YouTube.
Three gentlemen from the Netherlands recently decided to create Whale Studios in order to film and market their practical joke videos on YouTube. The studio is still in its infancy, created a mere three weeks ago, however their videos are already getting the attention of people around the world. Their "Invisible Object Prank" video is garnering the most attention thus far, being featured on various video websites such as Laughing Squid, Daily of the Day and Tastefully Offensive.
The Huffington Post featured the video in an article, saying:
"Some hooligans pretend to step over an object while crossing in front of cars, leaving the driver completely baffled what they stepped over and praying that they don't run over the imaginary roadblock."
The video is also making the rounds on Facebook, receiving 1912 likes and being shared a total of 2,057 times to date.
The original video has risen in popularity quickly enough that the trio decided to make a sequel, releasing Invisible Object Prank 2 on Saturday.
Although the video titles may not be overly original, many viewers believe the premise of the prank is. Check out the videos and share what you think of the prank.
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