What would you do if you walked in on a murder in process? Would you walk away, or call 911?
BeatriceRevenge was curious about this too. To find out what people would do if they accidentally found themself witnessing a murder attempt, they staged a scene in an elevator.
As people walked passed the elevevator or tried to get in it, these two guys pretended as though one was attempting murder and the other was the victim. This video compiles the different reactions they got.
It’s nice to see that only one of the many people who “witnessed” the murder attempt walked away. Everyone else tried to stop the murder, even though their attempts were pretty upsetting.
Looks like males are most level headed when witnessing a murder, because all the guys in the video immediately went to call 911. Females on the other hand just started slapping and hitting the “murderer,” yelling “stop it.”
Yes. You will get so much accomplished that way.
I also don’t understand why females just start screaming, you aren’t really saving anyone by running away screaming. It’ s called calling the police and/or trying to knock the murdered unconscious. At least I know what I would do in this situation now.
All I have to say, is that I hope I am never in this terrifying situation. Nice experiment boys.
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Just when you thought the ghost elevator prank was the creepiest gag you’ve ever seen, the same folk’s from Brazil’s Silvio Santos Program are at it again. And this time, you might just even pee your pants with horror (or laughter, if you’re really into dark stuff).
Rigging an elevator once again, this prank features a coffin and a man posing as a corpse inside of the box. Scaring the living daylights out of random strangers riding inside the moving cart, this trick seems more cruel than funny.
That being said, this is rather unrealistic because I’ve never seen anyone carry a casket like that before. But if by chance this ever happens to me in real life, CONSIDER ME OUT OF THAT ELEVATOR IMMEDIATELY.
I don’t care if I’ll be late for an appointment. There’s no way I’m sharing an elevator with a coffin!!!
The most impressive thing about this elaborate talking elevator prank is that these two guys managed to keep a straight face the whole time. The two Norwegian pranksters operate a speech-controlled elevator and film the reactions of tourists.
Just a few of their tactics: Activating the “Donald Duck mode,” speaking Chinese gibberish and registering demands through clapping. This is the fourth episode of the series. We previously saw the guys sing in Spanish and send people to the wrong floor. While some of the tourists seem less than impressed (I’m specifically talking about the last chick), I would love to be pranked by these guys on my vacay!
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These two pranksters decided to prank a bunch of tourists staying at a hotel by pretending the elevator was voice activated. The dudes holed themselves up in a room somewhere and watched the guests on their surveillance cameras. At first they pretend they were a standard voice operated machine but things get weird when the machine starts to have a mind of its own.
Along with telling jokes and pranking people by sending them to the wrong floor, they sang Spanish! That would be one of the most entertaining rides ever — I’d definitely take it over boring elevator music.
When I went on a high school trip to Montreal, some of the students in our hotel pulled a prank on their hotel-mate by tying him to a chair and putting him in the elevator. Unsurprisingly, those students were reprimanded and nearly sent home on the train when a stunned bystander opened the elevator and found the poor student spinning on the swivel.
But I’ve never seen an elevator prank quite so intricate as the one Remi Gaillard played on this unsuspecting apartment tenant. When the elevator opens for her to go upstairs she finds it’s not an elevator… it’s a dorm. Well, you know, space is so limited in cities now you have to go to extreme measures to get any form of real estate.
He looks annoyed at her for not respecting his space so she opens the next elevator only to find it’s his pantry. PRANK’D.
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New fangled gadget
I was also amazed — though in a completely different way — by these musical robot quadrotors. I haven’t the faintest idea what quadrotors are but these ones are magic. They hover in the air and play the theme for James Bond with a keyboard, drums, maracas, a cymbal and an adapted guitar built from a couch frame.
The most amazing part is that these flying robots, which were made by Penn’s School of Engineering and Applied science, are not controlled by humans. They’re completely controlled by computer programming.
I’m partly impressed and partly concerned… these robots are becoming smart, a little too smart.
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