A prank video involving a so-called gold digger and a Lamborghini has gone viral.
The newest video from prankster Vitaly Zdorovetskiy has received more than one million hits after it was uploaded earlier today.
In the gold digger test video (which may or may not be on the level), Zdorovetskiy tries to pick up an attractive woman — “a cutie” as he calls her — at a beach. “Hey, I was looking at you and I thought you were really pretty and I wanted to get your number,” the comedian says. “Is that too much to ask for? Let’s go out to dinner.”
In rejecting him, the woman claims that “I usually don’t go out to dinner with people,” and she even claims she sometimes eats dinner alone.
She changes her tune, however, when she sees the prankster get into a black Lamborghini, which is a very expensive Italian luxury sports car. “That’s your car? Well, I might be able to go out to dinner with you. There is a bar down the street.”
At that point, Zdorovetskiy says “I don’t like gold diggers,” and drives off into the sunset. In the video description on YouTube, Zdorovetsky explains that “So I went out to film how to pick up girls…but Roman, Dennis and I decided to do a little twist.”
If you’ve seen the famous crime movie Scarface starring Al Pacino, you may remember Pacino’s character Tony Montana saying that “In this country, you gotta make the money first. Then when you get the money, you get the power. Then when you get the power, then you get the women.”
Assuming it’s not staged, do you think the gold digger video as a social experiment is an accurate or inaccurate depiction of the human condition?
[thumbnail image credit: Brian Snelson]