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article imageVideo: Girl uses telekinetic powers in coffee shop

By Anne Sewell     Oct 10, 2013 in Entertainment
New York - Clients in a West Village coffee shop in New York City got the fright of their lives as they watched an angry young woman use her "telekinetic powers" to get revenge on a man who messed up her laptop.
It happened in 'Snice coffee shop in the West Village in NYC. A guy spills his coffee over a young woman's computer and feels her wrath as she lifts him off the ground and then moves the furniture around, using only her amazing telekinetic powers.
The clever stunt scared the customers no end, but really it was a promotion for the upcoming remake of the 1976 horror movie, "Carrie." The movie opens in theaters on October 18th, 2013, and the guys wanted to give everyone a heads up, or in this case, a body up (the wall, you understand).
At the beginning of the video we see how they set up a false wall to use for the prank. Remote control tables and chairs are organized, pictures and books are spring-loaded and then the fun begins.
A stunt man was used, so no one got hurt in the whole "telekinetic" experience, except possibly for a few hurt feelings amongst the scared, and then embarrassed, customers!
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