A New Zealand-based beer company, Tui, sponsored a prank pulled off by a group of buddies. The Kiwi friends had to crawl under their buddy's house to hook up all of his plumbing to kegs filled with Tui beer. When their friend returned home, he was surprised to find that the faucets in his kitchen, bathroom and shower were all dispensing cold beer instead of the usual tap water.
Reuters New Zealand-based beer company, Tui, sponsored a prank pulled off by a group of buddies. The Kiwi friends had to crawl under their buddy’s house to hook up all of his plumbing to kegs filled with Tui beer.
The guy's friends were huddled together around a screen connected to hidden cameras in the house to capture their friend's reaction. Tui made it clear that although the company sponsored the practical joke, no one was paid for carrying out. The guys shown in the video are all friends in real life.
The 7-minute YouTube video showing 29-year-old Sean Brown, an Auckland builder, and his friends pulling off a complex prank. The video has gathered over 1 million views after a day of posting.
While Sean's brother, 31-year-old Russell Brown, was away for the day, he and his buddies quickly set to work and rolled kegs of beer under the house. The Tui logo can be seen briefly as the friends connect the taps to the barrels.
Sean explained in the video that they were basically tapping all faucets with beer. The pranksters were then shown installing hidden cameras using a complex web of cables. After everything was ready, Sean said there were 14 cameras hidden in their house.
Watch the video to see his brother's reaction to the tap beer prank.
Funny drug-driving ad with three boys
A commercial from New Zealand also gained popularity for warning against drug-driving in a the most hilarious way. The ad stars three children from New Zealand who were comical in playing their characters.
The first scene showed little brothers sitting inside a car and trying to imitate how their "baked" fathers drive in thick New Zealander accents.
The first boy said, "Whin thus car's funushed me and my ded wull just cruise around being all skucks and doing mean es burnouts."
The other boy replied, "Bro, my ded unvented burnouts." To which the first boy said, "He unvented skuddies more like it."
The three kids in the car begin to imitate their dads and argue which one was the funniest drug driver.
When the boys begin to reflect on the dangers of drug-driving, it was a turning point for them as realisation hit.
Despite the hilarity of the New Zealand drug-driving ad, its message is loud and clear.
New Zealand-based beer company, Tui, sponsored a prank pulled off by a group of buddies. The Kiwi friends had to crawl under their buddy’s house to hook up all of his plumbing to kegs filled with Tui beer.