Dangerous Pranks

@Madshadi (4898)
Brussels, Belgium
December 5, 2017 2:23am CST
I've seen some on YouTube. Chasing people with a chainsaw, creating ghost illusions, zombies...etc. All that posted by amateurs on YouTube to get views. This is quite different than professional shows like "Scare Tactics" where the "victim" is set up by a family member or a friend. That person could confirm that the victim doesn't have any heart problems for example. And they have medics too i imagine. In addition, they keep monitoring the victim and would stop immediately if something is about to go wrong.. I have no problem with that type of pranks. But randomly scaring people without taking into account the consequences is totally irresponsible and should be banned. Do you agree? Have you ever seen any of those pranks?
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@cahaya1983 (9677)
• Malaysia
5 Dec
I hate pranks, dangerous or not. I can barely understand how some people think it's funny to prank others.
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@Madshadi (4898)
• Brussels, Belgium
6 Dec
All they care about is the outcome of the scene and not whether that victim was ok with it or not.
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• Malaysia
6 Dec
@Madshadi Yes and some people even go as far as embarrassing the people they pranked by uploading videos and all that.
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@Madshadi (4898)
• Brussels, Belgium
6 Dec
@cahaya1983 that is another disturbing aspect of it.
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@shaggin (26988)
• United States
5 Dec
I really don't like pranks I think its mean but I think I may prank my boyfriend in the future so I will be a hypocrite then!
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@Madshadi (4898)
• Brussels, Belgium
6 Dec
That one would be ok in my opinion because he is your boyfriend. As long as it doesn’t get too dangerous
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@shaggin (26988)
• United States
6 Dec
@Madshadi He will be fine he has no health problems other then a bone disease.
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@Madshadi (4898)
• Brussels, Belgium
6 Dec
@shaggin oh well then im sure you will have a good laugh
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@miketagz (1329)
• Philippines
5 Dec
I saw it from youtube and there's a Japanese version, Try to watch Gaki No Tsukai or Downtown no Gaki no Tsukai ya Arahende!! There's a full video clip on TeamGaki.com website in every segment.
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@Madshadi (4898)
• Brussels, Belgium
5 Dec
I will have a look after work thanks
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@miketagz (1329)
• Philippines
5 Dec
@Madshadi Their show is great and unique.
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@Madshadi (4898)
• Brussels, Belgium
5 Dec
@miketagz I've seen many good Japanese TV shows.
• United States
5 Dec
I agree. What right do they have to people they don't know. I wouldn't be very happy about it. Maybe, one day they will get their butts kicked, and change professions.
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@Madshadi (4898)
• Brussels, Belgium
6 Dec
I imagine if something like that happens with me and my wife the way I saw them perform pranks on couples, I wouldn’t tolerate it.
@JudyEv (101133)
• Bunbury, Australia
5 Dec
I think this is a really stupid idea.
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@Madshadi (4898)
• Brussels, Belgium
5 Dec
Yes it is
@rina110383 (23482)
5 Dec
Have seen them. Those people should stop doing those stupid pranks.
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@Madshadi (4898)
• Brussels, Belgium
5 Dec
I wish authorities would take actions against them.
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@jstory07 (57953)
• Roseburg, Oregon
5 Dec
People should not do dangerous pranks. They could get badly hurt or even killed.
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@Madshadi (4898)
• Brussels, Belgium
5 Dec
I can't agree more
@marlina (62407)
• Canada
5 Dec
I can't stand pranks.
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