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HOMETOWN: Memphis, Michigan
CAREER HISTORY: The Edge (Intern); KNIX. I showed up to work in no condition to work (aka hungover) and ended up in a barrel as punishment, and the rest is history.
INTERESTS: Music, Sports, Cooking
FAVORITE CONCERT: Dierks at ASU & Eric Church at the Marquee
FAVORITE MOVIES: Step Brothers, The Departed, Back to Future 1&2 (Not Back to Future 3, the third one was dumb)
FAVORITE TV SHOWS: Sportscenter, Entourage, East Bound and Down
HEROES: My Grandpa, Kenny Powers
BOOKS OR MAGAZINES: Lance Armstrong "Its Not About The Bike, My Journey Back", ESPN-The Magazine, Maxim
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GREATEST INVENTION EVER: Batteries
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WOULD YOU PLAY GOALIE, QUARTERBACK, PITCHER, CATCHER OR FORWARD? None of the above, I am a lineman!
DO YOU LIKE TO COOK? I LOVE TO COOK
PET PEEVE: Being late or rude to people in the service industry
FIRST CD PURCHASED: Green Day-Dookie
LAST GOOD BOOK YOU READ: Heroin Diaries by Nikki Sixx
HERITAGE: German I think.....
PETS: Dog and Cat
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A veteran drive-thru prankster (now there's a job title), Rahat the Magician Prankster had fast-food workers in disbelief with this clever invisible drive-thru customer gag that made it look like his car was being steered by an invisible driver.
Using a costume made of cardboard and seat fabric that he details in the beginning of the video, Rahat camouflaged himself in his car so that it appeared empty as he drove up to collect his food.
In a video of how the prank played out, one worker's shocked reaction pretty much speaks for everyone who witnessed the stunt.
"What the heck is going on?'' she says as she backs away from the window.
"Am I trippin' son?'' another incredulous female worker holding a bag of food says when seeing the empty car.
Her social media instincts then kick in after she summons a co-worker to take a picture of the car with his cell phone.
"Instagram that joint,'' she says.
The invisible driver clip has gotten nearly 300,000 views on YouTube, and is the 19th in his "drive thru" prank series.
Previously, he fooled drive-thru workers with other optical illusions, including a floating cup and a flaming dollar.