Feel free to take a break from your "Cyber Monday" online holiday shopping today and watch this funny video courtesy of the folks at Improv Everywhere. On Black Friday, they got a bunch of people to line up in front of a 99-cent store as if they had camped there overnight, waiting for some incredible bargains.
The group also used a fake newswoman to report on the line - the people they were trying to fool were basically the store owners and neighbors in the area - but it's still an interesting take on the lengths that some people will go to try and find a good bargain during the holiday shopping season.
The good news is that nobody got trampled during this, compared to some other retailers that had Black Friday sales.
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