1. I really want to laugh, but it’s hard to enjoy it because I see it from someone who suffers from PTSD and anxiety. This kind of situation would be potentially terrifying and could set someone’s recovery back. I don’t want to be a buzz kill, but rather I want to bring to light that when we prank total strangers we can risk the health and recovery of individuals who are doing their best to carry on with normal lives. Lastly, I don’t think this guy had any bad intentions, I just think that he was under the assumption that most people can take the “joke”.

  2. Yeah, it was a bit jarring watching him get aggressive with that “sports” guy who totally backed into the corner and was afraid.

    He stayed in character for a while and some were benign. It would have been even more tasteless if he did one-liners like, partly cloudy with a chance of rape. Or something like that.

  3. I liked the sudden awkward silence each time he finished and rolled up the map. I agree with Buzz Revive that he was a bit too aggressive toward the end with the Sports guy. Kind of took the fun out of it.

    Being naturally distrusting of strangers, I would have thought the whole thing was just a distraction before I got robbed or at least pickpocketed. I don’t like “near talkers” and I don’t even like acquaintances touching me. I would have gone to the far corner and taken a defensive stance, and if he moved near me, it might get physical. I’m sure that would have been hilarious on video though, but like Buzz Kill said, some people aren’t wired to deal with that.

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