Older sisters seem to exist to terrorize their younger brothers.
And this story epitomizes this in spades!
Recently, a viral video came out where a family managed to convince a 13-year-old he was invisible. The trick caught on and many people wanted to imitate this invisible prank.
Jocelyn Camacho, 13, from El Centro, California, was one of those who managed to watch that viral video and wanted to prank her younger brother Ezequiel, who is eight years old. Enlisting the help of her elder sister Julissa, 17, the pair managed to convince their parents to play along.
With Julissa behind the camera, the video starts with Jocelyn struggling to suppress her laughter as she yelled “abracadabra” on a blanket-covered Ezequiel. Poor Ezequiel apparently didn’t watch enough online videos because he looked totally clueless on what was about to happen.
When Jocelyn pulled off the blanket, Ezequiel still had a bored look on his face even as both sisters were screaming, “no way, he is not here, he is not here.”
In an effort to prove that he was “invisible,” Jocelyn sat beside her brother as Julissa took a “picture” with her cell phone. The boy even posed while making the finger to show that he was getting tired of their antics.
That’s when Julissa inadvertently shows Jocelyn posing with empty air at the spot that Ezequiel was supposed to be in!
Mouth open in shock, the boy is clearly taken aback and initially doesn’t know what to do. Then, a few seconds later, it hits him and he starts screaming and crying. All the while, the sisters fan the flames by loudly wondering where their brother went.
Clearly starting to panic, Ezequiel runs toward Jocelyn and pushes her while screaming and she shows off her acting chops by seemingly wondering, “OMG something just hit me!”
In an interview, Jocelyn said: “We always get him so good but his reaction was hilarious. I wanted to laugh so bad but I just couldn’t as I would have spoiled it.
“Even this morning, he has barely got over it. It is amazing how viral it has gone. I would never have expected that.
“He is happy the video has gone viral as he always wanted to be a YouTuber.”
We’re pretty sure, though, that being filmed crying and screaming in a panic is not the way that Ezequiel imagined his YouTube debut to be.