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YouTube pranksters ‘scared for life’ after their attempt to joke with a ‘bikie’ spectacularly backfires: ‘If I see you again I’ll knock you out’

  • Comedians Seb Bush and Will Woods from Perth make videos as Misfit Minds 
  • Their latest video shared on Monday has them posing as millennial drug dealers 
  • They make a joke at expense of a man wearing a bikie vest who threatens them
  • The vest isn’t real but is from popular fictional TV show about a motorcycle gang 

An Australian YouTube prankster has had the fright of his life after making a joke at the expense of a ‘bikie’ who chased him down and threatened to ‘knock him out’. 

Perth comedians Seb Bush and Will Woods, from Misfit Minds, shared the clip on Monday where they approached random people posing as millennial drug dealers dressed in a sideways cap, sunglasses and a fanny pack. 

‘We’re going to approach people who obviously aren’t looking for drugs and pretend to just sling ’em (give them drugs),’ one of the pair said.

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After approaching a man outside a Cash Converters, dressed in a leather jacket and dark sunglasses, one of the pair joked that he knew him and he ‘broke his bondage gear last week’.

The man, who appeared to be a bikie because of his clothes, immediately took offence.

The pair make a joke to a 'bikie' outside a Cash Converters who chased one of the pair up the street (pictured)

The pair make a joke to a ‘bikie’ outside a Cash Converters who chased one of the pair up the street (pictured)

Seb Bush and Will Woods upload prank and comedy videos to YouTube under the name Misfit Minds (pictured)

Seb Bush and Will Woods upload prank and comedy videos to YouTube under the name Misfit Minds (pictured)

‘Do you know who I am?’ the bearded and tattooed man asks, getting off his push bike.

The comedian backed off up the street with the man following before he eventually let go of the argument.

‘I think you got the wrong person mate… if I see you again I’m going to knock you out’. 

The man was wearing a bikie vest, but it seems the prankster didn’t realise it had SAMCRO patches on it – the fictional outlaw motorcycle club from television series Sons of Anarchy.

The leather vests are available to buy from craft website Etsy for about $200.

The stranger was wearing a fictional bikie vest from the show Sons of Anarchy (pictured)

The stranger was wearing a fictional bikie vest from the show Sons of Anarchy (pictured) 

Getting back in the car with his mate, the prankster seems relieved.

‘I genuinely almost sh** myself… that was so scary,’ he says.

The comedians briefly made headlines last year when they snuck into the AFL Grand Final in Perth by buying hi-vis vests in Kmart and wheeling loading trolleys passed security.

‘We definitely didn’t think we were going to get in,’ Seb previously told 6PR.

‘We didn’t plan too far ahead and then once we got in, we were overwhelmed and thought ‘while we we’re here, we might as well watch the footy and have a beer’.’

‘We didn’t mean any harm’. 

After the incident Optus Stadium tightened their security.

The pair were investigated but not charged by WA Police who decided it was ‘not in the public interest’. 

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