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Lad's Security Guard Prank Goes Surprisingly Well

Lad's Security Guard Prank Goes Surprisingly Well

Have you ever been approached by a security guard when you were just trying to enjoy a day's shopping?

Maybe you were told off for smoking in the wrong place, dropping litter or being a bit too loud in a certain area. Or maybe you felt the guard was just being a total dick. Don't worry about it, it happens.

But what about being approached by some guy just dressed up as a guard for the sake of it? That's what this guy did.

Approaching the public to tell them off for a variety of ridiculous things - including pushing a pram in a place that clearly says 'no vehicles', one vlogger has most definitely pissed off a load of people who just wanted to get on with their day.

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And he filmed the whole thing...

Apparently, the video took four days to film in order to complete the two minute video - and not all people were so believing of the prank.

Luke Choles, the man behind the plan - and the suit - told TheLadbible: "We got caught out many times - 60% of people realised it was a prank, either by spotting the camera man or seeing me previously. But, the people who did believe me gave me heightened respect!

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"There was a case at the station where these people with their hoods up started walking faster and in the opposite direction when they saw me, a couple people nodded at me."

Though the video shows Luke looking as though he entirely knows what he's doing, he found acting like a professional security guard to be quite difficult.

"I thought it'd take a day," Luke said. "On the first day there wasn't many Londoners strolling about - so they either didn't understand or speak English."

"But for those who did understand, we ended up telling them it was a prank afterwards - and they usually laughed - even the police laughed after questioning me on what I was doing and if I 'knew my rights on impersonation'."

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And according to Luke, giving his audience two minutes of laughs didn't come cheap - with the video itself setting him back around £150.

But, being able to shout at random people in a costume is a pretty priceless experience in itself, isn't it?

Words by Hattie Jones