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Via Tom Mabe
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Hidden camera prankster Tom Mabe literally unleashes death from above at a local park with a remote-controlled Grim Reaper.

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Every once in a while, a story comes along and warms your heart. 

Someone has been going around placing "scam" parking tickets on the windshields of Asheville, NC cars that have a QR code for online payment leading to a good old fashioned Rickroll. Ah, good, clean internet fun IRL.

Unfortunately, local police and residents are pissed, probably because they don't get the joke. Transportation Director Ken Putnam was quoted as saying "it was kind of surprising to go to a link for a YouTube video, and then when I went to it, it was featuring some rock star that I didn't know who it was." Bless his heart. Apparently the culprit could be cited/arrested for littering if they're caught, so stay frosty out there, Rickroller.

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Via Reddit
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Redditor AlphaF submitted this perfectly staged photograph that she had sent to her worrying mother during a trip to the Grand Canyon. For more photoshopped parodies and copycat attempts, check out the gallery over at Know Your Meme!


Prank Artist of the Day is a feature series showcasing some of the most brilliant pranks and exploits of our times.

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From My Fox DC:

A D.C. woman was so fed up with thieves stealing her packages on her front step while she was at work that she decided to give them a special delivery.

Frustration overload pushed her to a point where she no longer wanted to be a victim and felt the crooks should get a taste of their own medicine.

"I think he was probably thinking, 'Oh crap' while looking at the crap," said Andrea Hutzler.

With the help of her two dogs, she says she figured out a way to put the brakes on a number of package thefts in her D.C. neighborhood.