Scot pranks apprentice electrician into exhibiting off his tools for phony test

A HILARIOUS online video demonstrates an apprentice electrician being tricked into exhibiting off his applications for a pretend exam.

Ryan Bailey pranked Kyle Anderson by sending him a textual content information pretending to be an officer from the Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Have confidence in (SECTT) on Wednesday.

The 22-12 months-old prankster from Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, found out Kyle was owing to start his SECTT exams to get into school so determined to wind the 19-calendar year-previous up.

Electrician Ryan sent a message indicating that “due to Covid-19 guidelines” Kyle would need to have to send a selfie of himself as facial recognition.

He then produced the Scots teenager ship across films showing off his instruments and explaining why he desired to be an electrician.

Unaware he was staying pranked, Kyle quickly sent over everything that was asked for – including providing an rationalization of how his tools worked.

At this position Ryan decided to come clean and sent Kyle a text stating: “I just want to say, get it up you wee man” alongside a selfie of himself supplying the center finger.

Kyle shows the pliers
Kyle unaware he was using park in a prank test.                              C. Ryan Bailey

Ryan produced a video clip displaying the information thread, which shows his authentic prank information to Kyle, looking through: “Due to Covid-19 recommendations we are not able to meet you in person on website in advance of this check. 

“Due to this current circumstance, we need you to mail a selfie of you as facial recognition.

“A photograph of you and your tradesman in comprehensive PPE products. 

“And at last a video of you with pertinent tools and detailing how you would use them.

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“Once we have obtained all relevant photos and video clips you will be checked in and prepared for the SECTT exam.”

The online video then shows Kyle’s expressionless selfie and another image of him in full PPE gear.

Kyle shows off another piece of equipment
Kyle demonstrates yet another software.                      C. Ryan Bailey

In a video responding to why he needs to be an electrician, Kyle is proven stating: “The rationale I want to be an electrician is due to the fact in the thirty day period of September I started coming out and labouring for anyone I know. 

“Ever since then I have just been hoping to look at every thing he does, observe how he is wiring every thing, how he is putting things up.

“Because viewing all the things coming alongside one another, for instance when you are putting a socket there and it’s heading to one more socket, I feel all that is outrageous just to see how it is all run with each other. 

“The other purpose is it puts you out your convenience zone, I have by no means performed anything like this and I am one particular of these people that demands to be out of their consolation zone to carry on to hold discovering and hold bettering myself.”

Another video clip features Kyle displaying off his applications, expressing: “You’ve obtained a pair of snips utilised for baring again cables, or slicing them. 

“You have acquired a pair of tests devices, used for earning guaranteed the sockets are dead.

“You have bought a flat flathead utilized for your pins to put sockets on the wall.”

Ryan posted the hilarious clip onto Twitter on Wednesday (12 JAN), composing: : “Pals apprentice has a test to get into higher education, rinsed him guy.”

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Kyle finds out it was just a prank
Kyle finds out it was just a prank.              C. Ryan Bailey

The clip has acquired about 68,000 views and over 2,400 likes.

Amused viewers commented on the clip and shared their very own ordeals of winding up apprentices.

A person explained: “Ask him if he’s had his insulation jag.

“We obtained an apprentice with that and he went absent to the physicians.”

Yet another wrote: “Hahaha, finished like a kipper.”

A Twitter consumer commented: “Bless him, at least he seems eager to study.”

And one particular social media user included: “I imagine we could get a few with that.”

Talking these days, Ryan said: “My pal John was telling me Kyle experienced his driving idea examination the other day and he unsuccessful it for the 3rd time, so he was apprehensive he may possibly fall short this SECTT exam as nicely. 

“That’s when I received the thought to prank wee Kyle, I believed I’d just set the concern in him by expressing he has to pass or he would get sacked but then took benefit of the condition.

The apprentice in full PPE
The apprentice in complete PPE.             C. Ryan Bailey

“Once Kyle sent the photographs and messages me and John had been greeting with laughter for hrs, we had been demonstrating everyone and every person was laughing as perfectly and that is when I decided to tweet it.

“At 1st Kyle was certainly raging, John claimed he was crabbit for several hours but on the way property he stated he experienced witnessed the amusing facet of it and since then he’s been laughing.

“Wee Kyle did in fact have a SECTT take a look at yesterday to get him into college or university.”

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