Passengers Sh#t Themselves In Valentine’s Day Prank For Ford

Passengers Sh#t Themselves In Valentine’s Day Prank For Ford
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Ford in the US has used social media and Valentine’s Day to prank unsuspecting men in a campaign for it’s new, rather cool looking,Mustang.

The You Tube clip shows a group of men hooking-up with a demure and pretty blonde in what they believe is nothing more than a harmless and slightly fumbling first date.

The heroine then leads the men for a drive in her shiny new red Mustang, where she initially pretends to be a rather inexperienced driver, struggling with a manual transmission. However, things quickly turn all Fast And Furious as our damsel reveals herself as a rather proficient professional stunt driver.

A nearby vacant lot becomes the scene for some rather spectacular driving at over 200 kph and turns the tables on her potential suitors as their balls are suddenly in their own mouths.

 

 

 

 

 

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