Prankster-magician Stuart Edge is at it again. And by 'it' we do of course mean: performing feelgood tricks on unsuspecting members of the public.
Check out his 'reverse pickpocketing' prank above, which, as its implies, involves using a little misdirection (or hiding) to give people money - rather than take it from them - without them realising it.
(Via Tastefully Offensive)
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