Man tries to enrage Prime drink fans by pouring it away but people aren’t convinced
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A man's possible attempt to wind up fans of the notorious Prime energy drink hasn't exactly gone to plan.
Watch below as he pours an 'expensive' bottle of the in-demand Prime Hydration onto the street:
We all know by now that Prime has been causing absolute havoc in-store as shoppers are overly-excited to get their hands on a bottle.
Just one £1.99 bottle of Prime can have more than a 400 percent resell value online, which is pretty bonkers.
So with this in mind, one TikToker decided to seriously ruffle some feathers amongst the Prime community.
As shown in the clip above, TikToker Saru Rajah posted a viral video of him 'emptying' a bottle of Prime onto the street.
"Who ever love prime," he captioned the post while chucking away a bottle of the blue raspberry flavour.
However, it seems viewers were convinced that the remaining liquid in the bottle was, in-fact, just water.
"Bros acting like he ain't pouring water," one person commented.
Another added: "When you drink your prime. them fill it with water to make a TikTok."
"Drank The Prime..Filled It With Water...Lets Pour Out The Water From The Prime Bottle For Content," a third wrote.
While a fourth also added: "The real thing is more cloudy."
Although, some users happened to think the drink was the actually real deal.
One commented: "No, I love prime why would you do that?"
"Throwing money away," another wrote.
"ohhh no.. it's an expensive drink.. y r u wasting???" a third added.
This follows supermarket giant Aldi issuing an apology after so many customers were left empty-handed this week.
The supermarket chain revealed Prime would be hitting the shelves at its UK stores from 29 December at the retail price of £1.99 a pop.
Hordes of people were pictured outside shops on the morning, while chaotic scenes in-store have also been shared online.
Prime featured as a 'specialbuy' as shoppers were limited to just one bottle of each of flavour per person.
As such, it'll come as no surprise that the stock sold out within hours of opening, and many were left empty-handed.
An Aldi spokesperson has since apologised on behalf of the supermarket chain, stating: "We’re sorry that some customers were unable to get their hands on this product, however, demand has been extremely high.
"We limited purchases to one of each variant per customer so that as many customers as possible had a chance to buy it."
They did not confirm whether or not Aldi would be stocking Prime again in the near future.