In the newest episode of PLA TV, we pretend to be radio DJs calling pay phones and get people to do things for money. The videos in this prank span quite a few years, from 2003 to 2009. RBCP's first attempt at this nearly earned him an arrest.
At the pet store pay phone, EvilCal and Mrs. EvilCal join in for the fun. The mother of the girl who spotted our camera pulls up next to us and asks what we plan to do with the footage. She says she doesn't want the footage on the internet because of perverts seeing her daughter. Because, you know, grainy YouTube video shot from 100' across a parking lot is much worse than a pervert seeing her precious snowflake in person somewhere.
In 2004, at the Wilsonville pay phone, Heywood and Heather from messedup.net provide the creamy, chocolaty hazelnut spread and provide a perfect pay phone to film. Heywood's lost footage showed video of those big girls attempting to run as Heywood comments, "Geez, try the McSalad!"
Most of the music in that video is provided by at independent band called The Rhodes, which I found on the podsafe music site. Originally I had much more fitting background music, but as soon as I uploaded it to YouTube, their system automatically detected the copyrighted music (even with me switching the levels and talking over it) and pulled the video down. So I just kind of threw on the first independent band I could find. I'll put a little more effort into using independent music for the next PLA project. (Check out Jenn's Guide to defeating YouTube's copyright filters. I should try that next time.)
What would you ask a stranger at a pay phone to do, using the DJ ruse? I'd like to try this prank again someday, so make some suggestions in the comments!