Improv Everywhere is known worldwide for pulling off guerrilla pranks in front of unsuspecting crowds, then making them viral on YouTube. Often their missions involve a few hundred volunteers who do totally unexpected things like freeze in crowded subway stations or take off pants or shirts in public places. Now, Charlie Todd, Improv's founder, has been hired by Taco Bell to pull off a prank at the grand opening of one of its fast food restaurants in Flushing, Queens.
The restaurant patrons' reaction is really funny .Some of the actors get poked by people while others have to stand frozen while folks go through their food. Another viral?
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