Annoying Prank: When we enter an airport we look for a power socket to recharge our electronic devices before boarding our plane.
Some pranksters decided to randomly put up fake power socket stickers on airport walls, doors, and even on bins.
Here is the Twitter response on the Annoying Prank:
Why? Just for fun.
Why!!!! It looks so real!! Why put a sticker of an outlet on the wall in the terminal !! So triggered pic.twitter.com/1TTWtmXUS7
— Kyle Kerouac (@KyleKerouac) June 27, 2018
There are many different levels of evil, and then there’s the person who put this fake plug socket sticker on the wall at Glasgow Airport. pic.twitter.com/jcn5ytMFVQ
— Scott Reid (@scottreid1980) April 9, 2018
Whoever put up this fake sticker of an open outlet at the airport, you are now my enemy for life. pic.twitter.com/TYEJKmY6Zg
— Brandon #BeForTheGame (@Atrioc) August 6, 2018
Spotted in LAX: one of those outlet stickers with peoples rage applied to them. pic.twitter.com/8KrovSS6ux
— tired data janitor (@worldwise001) August 6, 2018
Two words… outlet stickers. Non-stop entertainment in any travel hub. pic.twitter.com/kXEc4kALSa
— ONE-$HOT (@StevEOnEShoT) July 2, 2018
Got one! pic.twitter.com/bfxE4TFTWr
— Just Basic Dave (@JustBasicDave) June 14, 2017
Strangely enough, these fake power outlet stickers are being sold on Amazon for $6.99.