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Dad plays cruel April Fool’s prank on his kids in coronavirus lockdown

Andrew Hall played a cruel – yet hilarious – prank on his two daughters to spark some joy amid COVID-19’s lockdown boredom.

As a result of coronavirus, schools across the UK have sent the majority of pupils home to complete their schoolwork – except children of parents who are key workers.

And since we’re coming up to nearly two weeks in lockdown, Brits are getting bored – so, what better time to play some tricks on your loved ones than April Fool’s Day? 

Given that children believe nearly everything that any adult tells them, they’re the perfect victims for pranks.

One dad, Andrew Hall, played the ultimate practical joke on his two daughters, tricking them into believing schools had reopened – when actually they haven’t, and we still need to stay inside.





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