Here's what happened. A Twitter user who goes by the handle @JustBasicDave on the micro-blogging site decided to prank fellow passengers at the Miami International Airport late last week.
First, he placed stickers - yes, stickers - that look exactly like power outlets around the airport:
First outlet sticker is up. pic.twitter.com/awJEOxpzjq— Just Basic Dave (@JustBasicDave) June 14, 2017
Then, he filmed confused passengers attempt to charge their phones and laptops:
Got one! pic.twitter.com/bfxE4TFTWr— Just Basic Dave (@JustBasicDave) June 14, 2017
Got em! pic.twitter.com/YFz4Dh80qo— Just Basic Dave (@JustBasicDave) June 14, 2017
"At first, people were mad, then confused and then (they) laughed," the prankster identified as David McDonald told ABC News. "After I was done video taping, I told them what I did and they all laughed and we acted like nothing happened and waited for the next person to try it."
when I see it's a sticker & my phone on 1% pic.twitter.com/GesW0QjX58— IG: @melaninvibez400 (@RalphLaurenCrib) June 15, 2017
Evil genius pic.twitter.com/IJmsJFRRgJ— DrAnilJain (@Dr_AnilJ) June 15, 2017
You know the rest pic.twitter.com/rLgpeztqAh— Bling-Blaow (@aaolds) June 15, 2017
This is nothing but awesome.— Mike Mallory (@themal15) June 17, 2017
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Watching you, Dave.— Orlando Intl Airport (@MCO) June 15, 2017