Do you have a fear or phobia that your close friends and family occasionally take advantage of? Maybe they love to play pranks during Halloween or April Fools Day, or hide in the dark waiting to jump out and scare you as you wander around trying to find a light switch.
Hopefully everyone can avoid a heart attack under such circumstances and eventually understand that the occasional prank is meant to be light-hearted and all in good fun. This is what happened to an Oklahoma man recently.
A man put his car into reverse, and a scary face was looking back at him on the backup camera screen.
Paxton Biggs from McAlester, Oklahoma, shared on Twitter that he had recently hit two deer in two separate incidents in one month with his car while commuting to work.
He’s now driving a rental car, and when he put the car into reverse, something strange was looking at him from the rearview camera screen.
Biggs jumped out of the car and found a small picture taped to the camera.
“My boss thought it would be funny to put this on my back up camera in the rental car I’m driving,” wrote Biggs on Twitter.
The picture gave Biggs quite a shock—but fortunately he thought it was hilarious enough to share with the world, and the tweet went viral.
Now everyone’s jealous of this guy’s boss, who clearly has a great sense of humor.
I’ve hit 2 deer in a month while commuting to work and my boss thought it would be funny to put this on my back up camera in the rental car I’m driving.
I nearly pooed myself pic.twitter.com/VvUCXFCd7s
— Paxton Biggs 🗺 (@PaxPhotography) March 13, 2018