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YouTuber Who Pranked Homeless Man With Toothpaste-Filled Oreos Goes to Jail


YouTuber Kanghua Ren found himself a lot of trouble with the law due to a 2017 "prank" video that involved feeding a homeless man toothpaste-filled Oreos.

Some of the most popular channels on YouTube are those dedicated to candid "pranks" or "gags." While there are a lot of funny ones on there that take a lot of careful planning and yield hilarious results, some aren't so kosher.

In the best-case scenario, these bad "prank" videos are ultimately staged, which just gets the YouTuber in some hot water with their viewership and maybe some other pranksters who take pride in pulling off honest-to-goodness gags.

Then they're the prank videos that toe the line between "pranking" someone and disrespecting or harming them. The whole point of a prank is that to be humorous, not mean-spirited. Sadly, many are just that.

Source: YouTube