Prankster covers himself in $1,000 worth of hot chips and gets attacked by seagulls for Instagram likes
- Man covers himself in hot chips at Surfers Paradise beach on the Gold Coast
- A flock of seagulls are seen attacking the man who is buried neck deep in sand
- Stunt was found to be an experiment by internet pranksters ‘Marty and Michael’
- The duo caused controversy last year after interrupting the AFL Grand Final
- Pair ran onto the pitch stopping play mid-game in bid to gain social media fame
A social media prankster has covered himself in thousands of hot chips and become a lunch-time snack for a pack of seagulls.
Footage shows the man buried neck-deep in sand while smothered in hot chips at Surfers Paradise beach on Wednesday.
A frenzy of peckish seagulls – and even a few ibises, flock to the scene desperate to snatch a hot chip or two.
A man has covered himself in hundreds of hot chips as part of a comedy stunt at Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast
The unusual sight turned out to be a stunt by comedy duo Marty and Michael who uploaded the video to their Instagram page dubbed as their ‘latest science experiment’.
The pair reportedly bought more than $1,000 worth of chips to see if they could win the birds’ trust, according to Nine News.
It’s unclear what the final results of the experiment revealed.
The pair known as Marty and Michael purchased over $1,000 worth of chips for a ‘science experiment’
Marty and Michael claim on their social media that they do social experiments, comedy sketches, as well as stunts and ‘some really disgusting things’.
Last year the two pranksters, whose real names are Michael Broekhuyse, 32, and Martin Sokolinski, 33, stopped play during the AFL Grand Final in a bid to gain viral fame.
The pair ran onto the pitch at the Gabba in Brisbane before swiftly being escorted off the field by security guards.
After their release from jail, they boasted on social media the field invasion was another stunt for a video.
Their antics stopped game play in the first quarter of the clash between the Geelong Cats and Richmond Tigers with one of the men managing to kick a goal before being hauled off the pitch.
The comedy duo claimed the prank was to see if they could ‘gain the birds’ trust’
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