Two guys, David Flores and Morris Cordewell, wore hazmat suits and rode the New York subway while holding a bucket of "coronavirus" which they spilled on the floor of the train.
Some passengers did whatever they could to get out of the way. Others just simply laughed it off once they realized that the "coronavirus" was simply Kool-Aid.
As expected, some people on social media laughed at the prank, others not so much.
Meanwhile, Tyler Wallace, 19, from Joliet, Illinois, wore a surgical mask and then sprayed 'fake coronavirus' over some produce at Walmart. He was charged for disorderly conduct, criminal trespass, and retail theft.
Another prankster, James Potok, 28, told everyone on the plane he was on that he had the coronavirus and was arrested and charged for causing mischief on the WestJet plane.
Too soon (for pranks)? I mean, there are people who actually DIED from the virus.
Thumbnail photo: In this photo taken on January 25, 2020, medical staff wearing protective clothing to protect against a previously unknown coronavirus arrive with a patient at the Wuhan Red Cross Hospital in Wuhan. - The number of confirmed deaths from a viral outbreak in China has risen to 54, with authorities in hard-hit Hubei province on January 26 reporting 13 more fatalities and 323 new cases. (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP via Getty Images)