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‘Drunk Woman on Street’ Video Goes viral But Hoax Again: YouTube Full of Hoax Videos?

What happens when a drunk beautiful girl walks up to you on the road with a beer can in her hand and still sipping from it?

A video that went viral on Youtube getting more than 7 million visitors in three days kept all guessing the high-handedness of passersby, who could take advantage of the situation. First it went viral because it looked real and interesting but later it turned out to be a hoax staged by the girl, who convinced the male characters that it was a student film and they have to act in it.

The video titled “Drunk Girl In Public,” with a description in it as a “social experiment” was posted on YouTube by creator Stephen Zhang, 20, who wanted to compete with the the 35 milllion-view Hollaback! video in which a woman was seen peppered with catcalls on New York City roads.

Zhang’s copy-cat video, shot on Hollywood Boulevard, was uploaded to YouTube on November 8 but registered so far 7 million and the actress Jennifer Box, 24, who plays drunk woman with frequent sips from a paper bag reveals how vulnerable drunk women on the streets are.

The men are seen trying to lure the girl to their residence or vehicle. One of them even posted a message on Facebook saying he was recruited by Zhang and Seth Leach, for “Shooting some videos in LA all day Thursday and need a good actress. If you live in Los Angeles or have a friend who does and is an actress, tag them/hit me up!”

They did get one and the video made it really good with the men in the video who were told that it was a student film and they are just actors in it. There was no paperwork either. One of them wearing a green shirt is a street musician. Another is Josh Blaine, wearing sunglasses, actually is a driver of a Hollywood tour bus.

The other man offering more beer in the video, Koshak was fired from job as his T-shirt revealed his company name. In his Facebook post, Koshak said the video is “a false ass portrayal and I was lied to about what the video even was.”

The producers of the video brushed aside the complaints and said, “The important thing to consider is that this video is going to get you well known and have a future with us and our company.” To another protest, they said, “Just go with it dude, you are in our team now and we will take care of you.”

Looks like only hoax videos will make it to Youtube now and beware! Most of them from this dream team!

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