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Pranksters go to court, and couldn’t be happier

Pranksters go to court, and couldn’t be happier


Watch out prank callers and whoopee cushion lovers. The law is out for you next.

Apparently, a few people took a group of prankers (Roman Atwood, Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, and Dennis Roady, and Chase Gilroy) a bit more serious than they had intended. A lot more serious actually, and they called the cops after seeing the four men supposedly breaking into an ATM on Woodruff Avenue. The stunt was intended to be a harmless prank though, and Atwood said he had bought the ATM, according to NBC4. The YouTube stars though are being charged with inducing panic and disorderly conduct. Tuesday, the bunch headed to court and were greeted by fans lining the halls of the courtroom in support of the pranksters, selfies and high fives were rampant and the jokers probably didn’t see it quite as much of a lesson as authorities might have hoped.

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