The YouTube pranksters who cost one royal insider her career are facing possible legal action
Aside from unleashing a few choice words, the former ‘Top Gear’ host handled the fake protesters talking about the plight of soil and its feelings like a champ.
A photographer who has taken a photo of Cambridge every day for more than a decade, spotted an odd addition to the St John’s College chapel on Monday.
A mysterious object in the sky, spotted several times in France’s southernmost region, was all thanks to notorious prankster Rémi Gaillard.
It’s a miracle that Rémi Gaillard hasn’t been punched in the face more often during the course of his life.
Perhaps Volkswagen’s epic blunder ahead of today put some brands off, but there are still some decent April Fools’ Day pranks out there.
There is the entire industry around royal experts and commentators, who have built careers based on their knowledge of how the Royal Family works. Safe to say this isn’t a very good look.
The Canadian Prime Minister thought he was fielding a call from the climate change activist, until the ‘South Park’ references tipped him off.
On Saturday, Michael Atherton fell victim to a social media prank live on air, much to the delight of his fellow commentators.
Knysna-born prankster Josh Pieters is grabbing international headlines after he managed to get one over right-wing troll Katie Hopkins.
If you’re one of those people who has too much time on their hands, you might be tempted to get involved in the AirPod prank.
I’m not sure why parents get such a kick out of tormenting their children every Halloween, but perhaps it’s payback.
The organisers of the two-day iMfolozi Outrun decided to have a little fun, placing a stuffed lion along the runners’ route.
Eish, if you are one of the more gullible types out there, then this warning is for you: don’t drill into your new iPhone 7 in order to create a headphone jack.
The City of Cape Town has a serious issue with prank callers, and now they’re set to get tough with routine offenders.
I find the most stressful thing on our roads here at home is taxis and their lack of road manners, but I haven’t yet seen a driverless car.
His first video was a smash hit, and now New York comedian Scott Rogowsky is back with another round of awkwardness.
The board members of Yahoo! can’t figure out what to do with the company – so someone decided for them.
Everyone has seen ‘David After Dentist’, but what happens when you’re medicated after a visit and your family convinces you that zombies are coming?
There are some books you just wouldn’t read in public, although this comedian really pushed the envelope as part of his latest prank.
Rick Astley is back and while he never really stopped making music, he feels comfortable enough to share it with the world. And no, this is not a rickroll.
Follow Pegman down to funky town with Google Maps this April Fools’ for a little bit of innocent fun. Go on, get your groove on.
Everyone is in on the fun today, including some of the country’s largest news organisations. Let’s run through a couple so you don’t get caught out.
So you feel like having a laugh at the expense of a mate or co-worker? Here’s a few easy pranks to get their blood boiling.
Guess what, it’s the 1st April so whatever you’re reading today, just think twice about its legitimacy.
If you’ve ever ridden the New York subway you’ll know it’s full of crazies, although this ended up being a pretty well thought out prank.