Wife pranks football fan husband

 
Wife pranks football fan husband
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A Turkish man sits down to watch the Euro cup 2016 match between Turkey and Croatia, but his wife has decided to prank him, while capturing the whole (funny) affair on her mobile phone, which is hidden on a shelf.

Just to be clear: To a devoted football fan this prank is beyond evil!

She has the remote control and every time something exciting happens on the pitch, she turns off the television, making him seriously angry, naturally, as he blames the television.

And he can't find the remote, which she holds.

The poor guy starts to swear, and popcorn is flying.

Then she not only turns off the television, she also changes the channel when it comes back, making him go completely crazy.

Pillows and things are thrown, lots of swearing, and then he makes the living room into a god damn war zone, smashing the television with his computer, before he also smashes the computer.

When his wife comes back into the room, it looks like a tornado has struck, lol.



Here is a similar prank on an American guy trying to watch hockey, only with less damage to the room:



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