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New Zealand radio hosts pull off epic April Fools’ prank
Talk about panic.
New Zealand’s ZM radio morning hosts Fletch, Vaughan, and Megan pranked their afternoon coworkers this April Fools’. But not with a quick one-liner—their elaborate joke went on for an hour.
The pranksters caught it all on YouTube for our enjoyment. It was a cruelly simple gimmick: have their evening colleagues think they have to do the morning show at the last minute, at which point they’d talk to themselves for more than an hour in the DJ booth. Watching them blow their cover is the best.
Screengrab via ZM/YouTube
Melanie Price is the senior social media editor at the Daily Dot.