What's the only thing better than
pulling an epic prank? Watching it on your computer, where you don't
have to keep a straight face. So, feel free to laugh, snort and guffaw while watching Rahat the Magician Prankster pull a few fast ones on drive-thru workers.
We first saw the clip over at Gawker.
Rahat explains how he created a low-budget car-seat costume out of
cardboard. The costume matches the car's interior and makes it appear as
if nobody's driving. Then the fun begins. He orders something from the
drive-thru, pulls forward and records the reactions of the befuddled
workers. You might think it gets old. It doesn't.
Typical reactions to seeing the "ghost car" include: "Oh my God, oh
my God, oh my God" and "What the heck is going on?" Other awesome
responses: "Am I tripping, son?" and "Oh, snap. What just happened?" One
McDonald's employee refuses to accept the idea of a car without a
driver. The worker stares at the "empty" car, turns around, gives
himself a second, and then looks again.