Man Films The Hilarious Moment He Pranks His Family With Set Of Fake Testicles
A prankster managed to freak out his family during lockdown with the help of some pretty gross-looking fake testicles.
Eimhin Walsh, from Dublin, has been spending part of his time in lockdown pulling off pranks on his loved ones.
The 22-year-old bought the realistic-looking ball sack online from the appropriately titled shop Billy's Ball Bags for €43 (£37.99).
Eimhin got the idea after watching the flick Bad Grandpa, in which Johnny Knoxville dances on a bar with some fake testicles hanging out to freak people out.
And the blag balls had the desired effect when Eimhin showed them off to his aunt and uncle.
In a funny clip he shared online, his uncle can be hearing asking: "What the f*** is that?" While his aunt can't bring herself to look, the rest of the family are in stitches.
Eimhin said: "They fully believed it was real. We were creased laughing.
"I always love having a laugh and messing with people, so I ordered them online.
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"I had seen them on Bad Grandpa by Johnny Knoxville and thought it was gas!
"I just googled fake ball bags, very random but it worked."
"I've pranked my neighbours and cousins as well in the past with them and got hilarious reactions every time because they are so realistic.
"I can't wait to keep having a laugh with them and if they make people laugh I'll keep putting the videos up, especially during these times when it's important to keep laughing."
His funny clip has certainly brought smiles to people's face, it's had more than 20,000 likes and has been flooded with comments from people praising Eimhin for his prank.
With so many of us having extra time our hands during the lockdown, it's almost inevitable that loads of people have turned to pranking their family to pass the time and give themselves a laugh.
Last week, Nick Smith decided to play a joke on his other half by covering their living room in thousands of gummy bears after she asked him to decorate it 'tastefully'.
Nick told LADbible: "I had some out-of-date sweets - one of my mates owns a shop and he was going to throw them away, but I thought I'd take them and use them to wind my partner up.
"It took me and the kids four-and-a-half hours; there was ten boxes, which was six thousand sweets in total."
That's dedication to the cause.
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