Tables Turn On The Clowns In Prank
Anyone who knows me well knows I am not a fan of clowns, but on a more serious note, I am not a fan of these clowns in pranks we see online, all in an attempt to gain views for these online content creators.
Anyone who knows me will agree I have as good a sense of humour as anyone, but I draw the line regarding people bringing fear to the ones being pranked.
Here are two examples. One involves some teenage women who, being isolated, are confronted, and you can see and hear their fear. What these pranksters fail to realize or don’t care about is that, for a moment, these girls might fear robbery or, worse, an assault.
Unfortunately, many might think they will forget about it once the girls realize it was a prank and not real. Nothing could be further from the truth with them possibly experiencing lasting mental effects.
In the second video, our clown and his accomplice get to experience the other side of the experience.
If my fellow self-defence friends were there to witness what these girls were going through, it might have ended much differently.
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