Watch: Zombie jokesters convince people they have ebola

By Erik Crouch, October 31, 2014

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The Monkey Kingz are at it again: two zombie pranks in as many days, and this one is particularly terrifying. Was it the zombie noises? Was it the (ebola-like) coughing up blood? Something here completely petrified Chinese subway goers (we're betting on the latter).

As the Monkey Kingz video description says, "Maybe it's the Ebola pandemic thats got people on the edge, or perhaps Chinese people think zombies are real. Either way, things escalate..." 

Watch these casual public-transit users think they're going to get a horrible infectious disease and die! Aren't pranks fun?

// See more Monkey Kingz videos and our interview with the pranksters here

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