Shampoo Prank by Youtuber HoomanTV pulls off one of the best pranks we have seen in a very long time and he has been so successful with the prank, this is PART 7! These prank videos truly made us laugh out loud, we could watch these over and over again!

In the video, women & men are rinsing off in the public outdoor shower. Armed with their own shampoo, they wash and rinse their hair. While rinsing, Hooman sneaks in and adds more shampoo to their hair. Time and time again the men and women are dumbfounded as to why the soap is not washing out of their hair. The results are simply hilarious.

His name is Hooman Nouri. He is the creator the shampoo pranks featured on youtube and facebook. He has a youtube channel called HoomanTV. He often creates content on YouTube and churns out millions of views.

His videos and social experiments are very funny and most notable for him hiding in the background with cameras recording his video prank and can be seen pouring shampoo to unsuspecting beach patrons.


A practical joke, or prank, is a mischievous trick played on someone, generally causing the victim to experience embarrassment, perplexity, confusion, or discomfort. A person who performs a practical joke is called a “practical joker” or “prankster”. Other terms for practical jokes include gag, rib, jape, or shenanigan.

Pranks differ from confidence tricks or hoaxes in that the victim finds out, or is let in on the joke, rather than being talked into handing over money or other valuables. Pranks are generally lighthearted and without lasting effect; they aim to make the victim feel humbled or foolish, but not victimized or humiliated. Thus most practical jokes are affectionate gestures of humour and designed to encourage laughter. However, practical jokes performed with cruelty can constitute bullying, whose intent is to harass or exclude rather than reinforce social bonds through ritual humbling.

Some countries in Western culture traditionally emphasize the carrying out of Pranks on April Fools’ Day.

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