You Think You Are Stupid Enough? Beat This…Mother And Daughter Tricked To Race As Human Horses.
We’ve all had our moments where we’ve said some dumb things, right? You forget how to make change, you misspell the word “definitely” or maybe you just wore mismatched socks. So from that you thought you were the most stupid human in the earth? Just wait; here are our candidates #1
ADVICE: never assume life is a betting scene, work hard, and don’t believe in lack… always
Naomi Desmond, 24, and her mum Pamela, 55, were doing some last-minute holiday shopping at a discount shop in Barnstaple, Devon, UK. Its here where they fell victims to a bizarre con lasting two-and-a-half hours. A man claiming to be from a charity in Ireland phoned the store and told staff to close it for a ‘team training exercise’ that involved entering two customers into a competition.
At the moment, the mother and daughter were the only shoppers inside. Using the Staff of the store without their knowledge, the two women were tricked by the prankstar to believe that they could win £3,000 if they endured a series of humiliating tasks.
Following the caller’s instructions, the staff tied string around Naomi and Pamela’s ears, threw water over them and drew on their faces with pens.
The humiliation did not stop there as the prankster ordered the staff to ride Naomi and Pamela down the aisles in a human horse race. At one point, they were even asked to lick the feet of the staff which they did gladly.
Throughout the ordeal, the staff had to refer to the two women as ‘Ugly’ and ‘Beast’ and in return they had to call the manager ‘Beautiful lady’ with the promise of £50 each time they said it. But minutes later as Pamela and Naomi left the store, Naomi got a call on her mobile phone from the hoaxer, demanding them to return to win more money.
They found the store closed, but they were still made to crawl around outside on their hands and knees, which they did for half an hour. Eventually, staff inside the store stopped the women and called the head office, at which point they realised they had all been duped. that meaning, if not stoped by then, the women could continue, so isn’t that not being foolish?
Pamela, a hospital telephonist, said: ‘At first it was funny – like a game show. It all happened on the shop floor. But afterwards we felt embarrassed. We genuinely thought it was head office.’