YOU JUST KILLED SOMEONE PRANK!

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    A couple of Australian troublemakers have filmed the moment their friend dressed in a bunny suit believes that his practical joke has backfired and triggered a heart attack which killed a man.
    Prankster Michael had agreed to take part in a funny video which documents how random passers-by in Adelaide react to being scared by a human-sized rabbit.
    But when he jumps out to shock a father and daughter, he is horrified to discovers the old man has a heart condition.

    Michael hides behind a wall to jump out at people walking along a footpath for a funny video filmed by his friends

    Michael hides behind a wall to jump out at people walking along a footpath for a funny video filmed by his friends

    He scares a father and daughter but he is led to believe that the fright has given the man a heart attack

    He scares a father and daughter but he is led to believe that the fright has given the man a heart attack

    Mark and Richy, who call themselves The Royal Stampede, sneakily film Michael’s reaction as the old man is apparently rushed to hospital.

    ‘I just gave the guy a heart attack… this is the worst day of my life,’ Michael said as he repeatedly apologises to the father and daughter for what he’s done.

    A visibly distressed Michael paces back and forth as he waits outside the hospital to hear back about the father’s condition.

    When the news is delivered to one of his friends that the man has died, Michael begins to grieve
    When the news is delivered to one of his friends that the man has died, Michael begins to grieve

    When the news is delivered to one of his friends that the man has died, Michael begins to grieve

    When he receives a call from the daughter, who delivers the bad news, Michael begins to grieve.

    But then, the man who’s supposedly dead emerges from the hospital – alive and well –¬†as Michael discovers he’s been fooled.

    ‘I’m glad you’re alive,’ he said as he embraced the old man.

    Source: DailyMail