WASHINGTON - Haunted houses are one thing. Haunted cars hitting up a drive-thru is another.
The "Drive Thru Invisible Driver Prank" video posted on YouTube this week by user MagicofRahat has garnered more than 3 million views so far and from the look of it, spooked multiple fast-food workers.
The clip shows the person we assume is Rahat - whose YouTube channel describes him as "The Magician Prankster" - putting on a car seat costume and pulling up to different drive-thrus. The costume's effect of making the car appear driverless is quite convincing, judging by the reactions of the workers.
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