Evil German marketing prank

Nivea resorts to a very weird and elaborate prank in a German airport:

Link: http://youtu.be/_gWk_yKtEdo

Basically, the pranksters shoot a photo of a victim and note his or her description, then show the person as a wanted fugitive on a quickly-faked tabloid newspaper, a bogus television news program showing on a monitor, and an announcement on a PA system, all of which leads up to asking the person if he or she feels stressed and offering a supposed stress-protection product from Nivea.

But imagine if the victim of this prank had actually committed a crime…

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