2 thoughts on “Fake NY Post on Streets of NY Today”

  1. Look closely at the upset man who “works” for the New York Post. Then look closely at the New York Times prank video. The upset New York Times employee is the same man as the New York Post employee.

    These interviews are fake. The Yes Men are busted! You’ve all been fooled. Unbelievable.

    1. Correct. The Yes Men made this video in advance so that they’d have a video online as soon as the project hit the streets. They did the same thing for the NY Times prank. There’s no way they could shoot and edit a video and have it online the same morning as the prank, so they made fakes ahead of time. Like the Times prank, they also shot videos on the street the day off, which they’ll post once they’re ready.

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