Published On: Thu, Mar 12th, 2015 on 7:01 am

Annoying prankster shoots officers in London with toy gun

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A prankster has taken to the streets of London to shoot officers with a Nerf gun.

A video titled “If You Did This In America [Insert here]” follows a young man who wanders around London pointing a toy Nerf gun at police officers.

Trollstation Gun Prank

Image: Trollstation/YouTube.

Many times, he actually fires toy bullets at them in an attempt to get their reaction.

One officer however, just tells the prankster: “I’ve got a sense of humour, I don’t mind, but a lot of officers around here, you’ll end up getting yourself into trouble if you keep doing that OK? Be a bit cautious.”

The video has been seen over 300,000 times in just one day.

The channel which uploaded the video, Trollstation, claims ‘it is a collective of social misfits playing mad mind games on the public’ and uploads content that is ‘intentionally provocative & controversial with the aim to get reactions from the general public.’

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  1. Annie says:

    What a Pratt! Shame they never arrested him. He was shown respect that he deserves??? No way as he was irritating not only the police but members of the public. What if terrorists point a toy gun but then pulls a real one. I bet this twit has too much time on his hands and if so….get a job and do something useful in life!!!

  2. mr mann says:

    Makes you proud to be from the UK.

    Context, police in America would have killed him. Our police treated him with the respect he deserved. An idiot who was being an idiot, who was told to stop being an idiot by our Police.

    After seeing all those “American Police shoot unarmed black men” videos… it makes me feel proud of the great job our police do.

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