At Madame Tussauds wax museums it's normal to see a lot of famous people, but it's not normal for the motionless people to come to life. Fans of Jeremy Lin got the score of a lfietime at the museum's San Francisco branch.
The museum unveiled Lin's wax statue, and so naturally his fans flocked to check out the lifelike figurine. Lin – a born comedian – saw the opportunity, and used it perfectly to prank his own fans.
He pretended to be a wax sculpture of himself, and when the fans would come near the "statue," Lin came back to life and freak everyone out.
Lin's wax statue prank may not be an original idea, but that doesn't make it any less funny.