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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