Hilarious moment, a shrewd prankster applies giant googly eyes to famous faces, leaving many in awe of how they got there
- Genius prankster left huge wide eyes on some of Adelaide’s famous faces
- The prankster took on KFC’s Colonel Sanders, Dan Murphy and the iconic Jim
- Residents were left with laughs and in awe of the artist’s efforts
- People wonder where he’ll hit next because no ads are out of sight
A crafty artist from Adelaide is changing the cityscape by adding huge googly eyes to Australia’s best-known commercials.
The prankster has spent the past few days attaching big eyes to some of the most famous faces, leaving residents with giggles.
The prankster’s most impressive feat to date is the Colonel’s wide-eyed attachment to the bucket driving KFC along Greenhill Rd.
An Adelaide prankster has attached huge googly eyes to some of Adelaide’s most famous faces – the most awe-inspiring feat to date is the Colonel’s wide-eyed attachment to the KFC Drive Thru bucket
Several people shared their bewilderment on social media, wondering how the one-trick artist climbed so high without being discovered.
“How did someone get so high?” A woman wrote.
Another victim of the wide-eyed bandit is Dan Murphy’s face in Welland with commentators joking that Dan might need to tone down the drinks.
“Dan Murphy drank a little too much tequilas,” one man joked.
“This might be the most exciting thing to happen in Adelaide since… well, ever,” another joked.
Another victim of the wide-eyed bandit is Dan Murphy’s face in Welland with commentators joking that Dan might need to tone down the drinks
These aren’t just the buildings the comedian has his eyes on as Jim’s face was also found sporting the trendy eyes on a van parked at Gawler Place in town.
However, the comedian isn’t just looking at buildings, as Jim’s face was also found with fashionable eyes on a van parked at Gawler Place in town.
People have celebrated the prankster’s ingenuity online and are wondering where he’ll hit next.