We just saw two horrible parents lose their kids because of their ‘prank videos.’ Now we have another YouTuber in trouble with the law because of an attempt at yet another terrible antic.
YouTuber ‘Ross Creations,’ AKA “self-appointed city flow traffic coordinator,” decided it would be a funny prank to remove “unnecessary stop signs” in his neighborhood. The result? An arrest accompanying a 3rd degree felony charge and up to five years in jail, according to Rossie.
But the real kick in the pants is that ol Rossie here is holding a fundraiser, asking for his fans to bail him out.
Classic, YouTube move.
Clown, er, YouTube ‘Star,’ Arrested For Stealing Stop Signs, Wants Fans To Bail Him Out
The joke wasn’t so funny after getting slapped in handcuffs, huh?
Plus, you’re telling me a YouTuber with over half a million subscribers doesn’t have five grand? Please.
And Ross, that’s not a prank. That’s simply breaking the law. And it’s also likely violating YouTube’s terms under ‘harmful or dangerous content.’
If you want to understand what a truly great prank is – just watch this classroom April Fool’s joke below.
Now, this, THIS, is a great prank.
Here’s another fool: That Idiot Who Broke His Feet During Failed Hotel Roof Jump Actually Wants You To Pay For His Medical Bills
Josh Helmuth is a contributor for Mandatory and the editor of Crave Sports.