In his latest "prank" (if giving away money could ever be considered a prank), Edge and a couple of his fellow do-gooders engage in some sneaky "reverse pickpocketing," sneaking $100 bills into the pockets, wallets and backpacks of random college students.
The crew's "put pocketing" methods vary from person to person, relying sometimes on sneaky ninja skills, and at other times on good old-fashioned misdirection, but the end result is always the same: a random, very grateful person walks away $100 richer.
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