Blind Man Driving with White Stick Tests Police, Extreme Prank by Remi Gaillard

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Imagine you're late for work, enter a roundabout and see a blind man driving around in circles while he holds his white stick out the window - do you take the time to help him out or steer around the guy? If you happen to end up in such a situation, remember to keep your prank detector on, because you might just meet top class farceur Remi Gaillard.
In his latest stunt, the 42-year-old French prankster puts on the blind man attitude, along with a few mandatory accessories, and goes out to see how the world deals with it. Remi gives both pedestrians and drivers equal chances to help us restore our faith in humanity, putting both categories to rather extreme social tests.

After all, when you see a blind guy heading for infinity while attempting to use the wrong way escalator, you'll be forced to react, right? However, we prefer to focus on the part where a Peugeot 205 might have had a bit to suffer after being crashed into a few pieces of street furniture.

You see, this is one of the aspects that make Remi Gaillard the YouTube's greatest prankster, at least when it comes to our giggle meter. In fact, the funny industry needs more people like him. The norm nowadays is to use an [insert your rental supercar here] and stage the whole thing. A bikini here, a fake part there, and this is how we end up with an important part of the contemporary pranking landscape. Nevertheless, when tons of views flow their way, it's difficult to hold something against these people.

The French laugh artist is, in fact, one of the veterans of the genre. Remi has been at it since 1999 and, over the years, the man went all in. For instance, one of the spices he frequently uses in his clips sees him testing the police. And the clip below is no exception, with Remi pulling his blind-man-driving stunt while driving past the law enforcement officers, who appeared to be busy dealing with a few, presumably normal, drivers.

Remi Gaillard's tricks obviously need to be treated with the don't-try-this-at-home attitude, so here's to hoping nobody understands it's a good idea to dress up as a Tetris game piece and stop traffic on your journey to make people smile.

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