Criminal charges could be filed after an April Fools’ Day prank led to a response from the Hopkins police and fire departments. According to officers, an unnamed 18-year-old texted his mother on Tuesday telling her that the kitchen in their house was on fire and he was evacuating.
The Como Park Zoo and Conservatory is helping pranksters again this April Fools’ Day. The zoo has set up four fake hotlines to help fool your co-workers, family and friends. Each hotline has a special pre-recorded message. You can trick people into calling Mr. Lion at 651-487-8266, Ms. Ella Fint at 651-487-8267, Ms. Wolf at 651-487-8268 or Ms. Anna Conda at 651-487-8289.
The movie Devil’s Due is already getting some buzz due to a great promotional prank
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Pranksters who dial 911 without a real emergency to report face stiffer penalties under a Minnesota law hitting the books this week. The law effective Thursday targets those who report a fictitious emergency to 911 dispatchers with the intent of luring authorities somewhere.
Morgan Freeman impersonator reads, “Everybody Poops,'” on the SMACK DOWN
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Some pranksters in Amsterdam got a hold of an iPhone 5 and did a small test. What happens when you glue the phone in the street for any person to try and take? Watch the […]
Guy probably won’t be dating her for long….
Everybody loves a good April Fools’ joke, including the Como Zoo in St. Paul.
Police in Superior say a call about a hostage situation Monday night turned out to be a prank, but not so funny.