Earlier today, Cheezeburger.com posted a link to a video of a clever prankster using a prop skeleton to scare the skin off fast food employees. Created by YouTuber MagicofRahat, the video features the skeleton casually driving through the drive-thru of various fast food restaurants. It has earned over 2,000,000 views since it was posted two days ago.
For the joke, Rahat leaned the seat back, covered himself with a seat cover, and positioned the skeleton on his lap, and its hand on the wheel. Worker's reactions ranged from amused to frightened; many of them violated the policy of not cursing on the job. One team of flabbergasted Mc Donald's employees simply threw the order into the car without collecting any money.
Another man continued to scream at the prop even after a coworker assured him, “He does that to everybody! He's on the interwebs!”
Rahat does indeed frequently prank the public at large, as evidenced by his collection of 117 videos on his Youtube channel. He has a penchant for targeting fast food drive-thru workers in particular; 24 of the videos he has created thus far have featured drive-thrus. He has ordered as a man missing his head, an invisible driver, a scary doll, and a headless man accompanied by a zombie. Rahat has also performed tricks at drive-thru windows such as making his cup appear to levitate and planting a fake roaches on worker's hands.