The "gun prank war" in Roxboro, North Carolina, began as a result of a trend that started on TikTok, according to the police chief.
Doesn't matter if her colleagues cough, say "hello," "good morning" or even "hi," Deb usually shrieks in response.
"Everyone thinks you're crazy!" comedian Walter Masterson told Greene during a California meet and greet. "I don't think you're crazy!"
After 17 years of pranks, Paul Rudd finally reveals why he's been playing the same trick on Conan O'Brien.
TikTok creator Roy Baker pretended to be from the CIA when he received a call from a suspected scam caller, and has gained over one million likes for it.
The woman revealed it took her three-and-a-half hours to lay out the crackers.
Of the video's 21 million viewers, many are are pushing the joke to new lengths, while others remain simply baffled.
A woman shared a shocking confession on TikTok: She allegedly threw a fake funeral for her ex-boyfriend when she found out he was cheating on her during her pregnancy.
A video of the joke has gone viral, with people praising the dog who rushed to the woman's rescue as a true hero.
On Monday, a woman was surprised while shopping to find a black rat snake resting on a shelf at her local Target store in Apex, North Carolina.
Vincent Oggero's prank came with serious consequences: last week, the 19-year-old was arrested and charged with filing a false police report.
Three students who pretended to test positive for COVID-19 are in hot water after causing a school panic.
There are so many ways to play April Fools' jokes on your unsuspecting friends and family via messaging.
The clip of a customer singing to a drive-thru employee has been viewed more than 1.5 million times on Twitter.
Len Martin said he thought Tessica Brown, who went viral for using the adhesive in her hair, was "just playing around" and that using the product on your body was not that serious.
David Starnes Jr., 23, told police he fired to defend himself after YouTuber Timothy Wilks and another person approached him with butcher's knives on Friday evening.
Ahead of the film's release on Friday, President Donald Trump's personal attorney is reported to be the subject of a compromising scene with one of the film's characters.
"Frightening a few people is not so bad if you can please a multitude of people," said the pair in a statement.
While it is unclear if the student was filming the incident for social media, fake kidnappings during Zoom classes have become a TikTok trend.
The clip dates back to at least 2018, as a practical joke designed by YouTuber Jay Karl.
"I did not expect anyone to be reckless during the month of Ramadan and the atmosphere of the COVID-19 pandemic," one trans woman said. "I was shocked, sad and angry."
There are a list of reasons commenters love it.
A student in Pennsylvania's Downingtown Area School District hacked into a computer system to collect addresses for their targets in Senior Water Games.
A house belonging to Michigan state representative Sherry Gay-Dagnogo was torn down and nobody seems to know who was responsible.
Students dressed up as Beyoncé, Jim and Pam from "The Office," drag queen Jasmine Masters, the creepy twins from "The Shining" and more.
IRL streamer Ice Poseidon has been evicted from several homes in the L.A. area because of his followers' antics.
Two brothers accused of getting into altercation with woman over prank at Bradenton home.
"You'll get locked out for being under 13 years old," Twitter Support warned after users fell victim to the prank.
"When I was a kid my friends and I -- we would sneak out of the house and sometimes we turned street signs upside down. But this can end up with people dying."