Two friends pull off epic prank at a Texas McDonald's

Two friends pull off epic prank at a Texas McDonald's

Two friends pull off epic prank at a Texas McDonald's

We're told they bought old McDonald's uniforms at a thrift store to dress up and hang the poster.

"I noticed there was a blank wall at McDonald's so I chose to make this fake poster of me and my friend".

But instead of complaining, the two friends got to pranking! He pointed out the many posters within the establishment, noticing that there were no Asian models in any of them.

So Maravilla and Toledo came up with a plan.

Then they set out to ideal the photo, which needed a bit of doctoring.

"And I really hope they'll never take it down", Maravilla says in the video.

His prank has since gone viral, with his Tweet of the initiative garnering 195,000 retweets and over 797,000 likes as of September 4. "I was very, very nervous", Jevh said.

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Then they ordered a 60-inch-wide, 50-inch-tall poster of the image and planned the execution of their prank.

"We were eating McDonald's one day and we looked around and saw there were posters around that didn't have any Asians", explained Jevh Maravilla, a University of Texas student.

As of Tuesday morning, Maravilla told USA TODAY the advertisement was still hanging in the restaurant.

'They had other races, but no Asians so we felt like it was our duty to put ourselves up there, ' Maravilla said.

McDonald's, however, did not indicate whether it meant to remove Maravilla and Toledo's photo.

McDonald's Franchisee Mariselle Quijano said in a statement to "We take pride in highlighting diversity in every aspect of our restaurants".

On July 13, with the help of some other friends, the duo snuck the poster into the restaurant and tacked it up when staff wasn't looking. "We applaud these students" creativity and hope to see them in our restaurants again soon'.

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