LG Chile Uses HD TV Screen To Fake Massive Meteor Crash To Scare Off Applicants (VIDEO)

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Fatimah Mazhar

LG Electronics Chile played the most hilarious prank on some job applicants for an advertisement to promote their new 82-inch 'Ultra HD' TV.

The company used their new high definition technology television as a window and faked a massive meteor crash to scare off applicants who absolutely had no clue what they were going to witness.

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Their interviewer acts normally, shakes hands with them and asks them to have a seat when suddenly, while going through their applications, the color of the sky changes and a huge meteor fireball comes crashing down.

Check out how the unsuspecting applicants reacted when they were told it was not the end of the world and that it was just a prank.

Last year, LG performed an elevator prank  in order to promote their IPS monitors. You can watch the video here.

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