Here are some crazy April fools pranks – some not so funny but all are interesting. Enjoy.
As an April Fools’ Day prank in 1998, Burger King published a full page advertisement in USA TODAY introducing the newest menu item: a left-handed Whopper.
On April Fool’s day in 2009 a travel site Expedia offered exclusive flight tickets to mars!
In 1980 as a hoax the BBC reported that the iconic Big Ben watches will undergo a drastic transformation and will go digital!
As per a survey 32% of workers say that they initiated or have been at the receiving end of a workplace fool’s day prank.
On April 1 1945 when a powerful tsunami killed lots of unsuspecting people since they the whole population of the pacific island ignored the weather warning thinking it was an April fool’s hoax.
Best hoax of all time?
According to the Museum of Hoaxes “Top 100 April Fool’s Day Hoaxes of All Time,” the BBC’s successful attempt to trick their viewers over five decades ago grabs the top spot. The prank, which took place in 1957 on the network’s show “Panorama,” reportedly pranked viewers by airing a segment on a false, burgeoning spaghetti harvest in Switzerland. According to the site’s report, the prank resulted in hundreds of inquiries as to how they could grow their own spaghetti trees.