Careful where you pee: Two men who work at a locksmith shop in Allentown, Pa., were supposedly so fed up with people using their back alley as a public toilet that they sought revenge in the form of a surprise shower, the United Kingdom's Telegraph reports.
Camera footage from the alley, captured over the course of several months, shows men and women getting drenched with water from above mere moments after unzipping and dropping trou. The description for one of the videos, uploaded in January, claims that the men behind the prank had a pipe drilled through a wall of the store to the outside, and installed a motion sensor that alerted them to movement so they knew when someone was gearing up to pee. The description also says the men do not want to be identified.
A highlight reel of people getting soaked surfaced on YouTube earlier this week and already has more than 100,000 views. Several commenters on Gawker questioned the authenticity of the videos, suggesting they might not be the work of professional locksmiths moonlighting as pranksters, but actual pranksters.
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"Pantsing" a co-worker
Changing a baby's diaper
Showing someone a rash and asking for a diagnosis
Moving the entire contents of a co-worker's office into the elevator, including the desk
A woman with her arms full of papers using her head to keep the doors from closing on her
Dancing throughout the ride