French Prankster Remi Gaillard Releases New “Tetris” Stunt, Stops Traffic

Remi Gaillard;s Tetris 1 photo
Photo: screenshot from Youtube
While pranks have gone completely out of hand these days, with people overusing the supercar gold digger theme, there’s one old-school French daredevil whose stunts are always different. We’re talking about prank veteran Remi Gaillard here, who’s just released a new episode of his never-ending adventure.
Dubbed “Tetris” the prank sees the 40-year-old, whose Youtube channel has ranked almost 5 million subscribers since 2007, assembling a team in order to play a physical game of Tetris on the street. Oh and they’re not afraid to play with cars, albeit not in the most politically correct fashion.

Sure, you could watch the clip and feel sorry for moments such as the one when an unsuspecting man’s food tray is swept right off the table. Then again, you can regard this as a... no-discrimination take on the world of pranks. Think about it.

  • The human Tetris pieces stand in the way of both traffic and pedestrians.

  • The team consists of members belonging to both sexes.

  • When it comes to drivers, Remi splits his time between infuriating them and saving them from speeding tickets.

Perhaps some of you remember that time when somebody took a go-kart out on public roads and played a more or less legal game of Mario Kart. That was back in 2008, when Remi Gaillard released his first video of this kind - we also attached this clip below, so you catch the drift.

Spoiler alert: this guy isn’t exactly afraid of getting up close and personal with the police. And this is just one of the reasons for which you shouldn’t try this at home.

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