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Pranksters patrol Docklands

30 Nov 2010

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The episode, which is set to air early next year will feature Ruyton Girls School student Dana who will pull a prank on her friend and fellow classmate Jasmine.

Yum Cha Dragon was chosen for the filming of the first scene of the episode in which the Prank Patrol presenter, Scott Tweedie, notifies Dana that she has been chosen to come on the show and prank her friend.

The Yum Cha Dragon scene will show Scott pretending to be a trolley waiter who places a basket full of the special of the day, chicken feet, on Dana’s table. Scott then chows down on some of the feet to the shock of Dana before declaring her the guest prankster.

Fourteen-year-old Dana said she was excited about being able to prank her friend.

“Jasmine hates anything disgusting so I’m going to tell her that we are going to help out in a family friend’s shoe shop and then she will encounter all different types of disgusting feet,” Dana said.

The show, now in its second season, allows pre-teens and teens to conduct pranks on unsuspecting friends or family members with the help of Prank Patrol to plan, construct and execute the practical joke.

Scott said his favourite prank ever conducted on the show was a prank that was recently pulled on a babysitter.

“An 11-year-old set up her babysitter and we made the babysitter believe that all kinds of weird things were happening in the house and that the children she was babysitting were possessed,” Scott said.

The show airs weekdays on ABC3 at 6.25pm.

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