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Epic candid camera prank from Japan
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Above is a video of an outrageous prank played on an unsuspecting TV personality in Japan.

The man was identified as a comedian who the show's staff got completely drunk so that they could put him in bed then tie him down for this once-in-a-lifetime lift-off the next morning.

He looks completely punked, but if for some reason his surprise was not genuine, at least, his fear had to be to be hurled up into the sky like that.

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