Controversial YouTube pranksters Jeremy and Jason Holden have scored a viral hit with their brand new video, in which they flip the tables on opportunistic passers-by who try to make off with what appears to be a regular bicycle left on the street. The brothers have, in reality, fitted gadgets into the handlebars of the motorbike that deliver an electric surprise when they press a button on a far-off manage device.
Their video, regarded on their TwinzTV YouTube channel in advance this week, indicates the pair hiding in a bush simultaneously as they preserve a watch on their ‘bait bike,’ left leaned towards walls around an LA neighborhood. Several guys are filmed picking up the bike, trying to experience it away – at which point the brothers set off the surprise device, tailored from a canine collar that shocks dogs on the way to train them.
Some of the twins’ sufferers fall off the motorcycle, some trip into timber – and one is going instantly over the handlebars. The video’s been considered more than 1—four million instances over the past three days. The twins say the pictures will feature in a film they are working on.
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After publishing the clip, the pair confronted gross misdemeanor prices, in which they staged a hoax kidnapping in a public playground. One of the brothers, carrying a ski mask, leaped out of the van and snatched a young boy from a bench, bundling him into the truck before driving off.