When the reaction from the people you're pranking is "I gotta Instagram this joint!" your days of fooling them may be over.
Nevertheless, Rahat, the guy behind the invisible drive thru prank, had one more trick up his sleeve: putting a creepy doll in the front seat. While some of his marks were duly wigged out, most were familiar with the videos from YouTube and responded with delight about being on camera rather than terror.
Enjoy the clip above and then let's quietly draw the curtain on this gag. Drive thru workers are just too jaded now.