Their hilarious and cheeky pranks to wind up their ‘Angry Dad’ made them an Aussie household name, and now brothers Mitchell and Dylan Orval have joined KIIS FM as part of Australian Radio Network’s ongoing investment in delivering original digital content.
Famous for posting videos of their long suffering dad, Mark, flying into fits of rage and outbursts of expletives as the victim of their antics, the Orval brothers will now be creating prank videos exclusively for KIIS.
And it hasn’t taken long for the brothers to make their presence felt, with Mitchell setting up Jackie ‘O’ Henderson by secretly placing a “Honk if you’re horny” sign on the back of her brand new car before she drove around Sydney – the exact same prank he played on his own father.
And in case you missed it, here’s the original:
“The ‘Honk if you’re horny’ is one of our favourite pranks,” Mitchell said.
“Dad lost it when we did it to him and I felt a little bit bad picking on Jackie O first up, but I knew she’d be such a great sport.”
“We’ve already done some great pranks working with KIIS FM and the Kyle & Jackie O team, so I am looking forward to cooking up some more fun videos with them,” Dylan added.
The Orval brothers also recently teamed up with the radio station to give their dad a surprise he’ll never forget for Father’s Day.
The heart-warming video received one million views across the Facebook pages of KIIS and the Kyle & Jackie O show, with a 3.8 million reach across all social media channels.
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