- A prank video made last year by a Botswana YouTuber has cropped up again on social media and is causing fits of giggles across Mzansi
- The video follows the YouTuber, Joey Parry, as he and his friends prank a number of people at the Cape Town International Airport
- The prank involved Joey asking people at the airport, including cops and security, about taking “coke” onto his flight
A hilarious video recently resurfaced and has Mzansi in tears of laughter.
The clip documents a Botswana YouTuber, Joey Parry, and his friends’ trip to the Cape Town International Airport last year, where they proceeded to prank a number of people, including airport security and a member of the South African Police Force (SAPS).
The prank itself involved Joey and his team asking a number of questions about taking “coke” onto a flight.
When the targeted person became too flustered over the mention of an illegal drug, Joey would reveal that he was, in fact, talking about the soft drink known as “coke” and not cocaine.
The video now has over 15.6 thousand views.
Facebook group Real Live SA shared the video again recently and Briefly.co.za saw that Mzansi’s social media users couldn’t get enough of the risky and hilarious prank.
Megga Tsekahali: “Lol brave guy”
Tshepo Manganyi: “Like the lady that goes finish it before u get in haha”
However, some thought that the joke missed the mark and wasn’t funny.
Ed Muyich: “Childish”
Siphesihle Sphe: “Not funny”
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